October 27, 2014 By Katherine ProutingOne of my favourite stories is the archery competition in the Odyssey. Penelope declares that she would marry the man who can string Odysseus’ bow and shoot an arrow with it through 12 axes. Odysseus, who is disguised as a beggar, rises to the occasion. He strings the bow, fires the arrow, kills the suitors and reveals his identity. It is fascinating to see the myth through Penelope’s eyes. I think Penelope knows that the beggar is Odysseus.
Arts & Reviews
November 11, 2014 By Iurii KozikSurprisingly enough, the direction of political development is somehow similar. Though, Norway is often taken as an example of Scandinavian welfare model - which it surely is - the Parliamentary election of 2013 brought a right-winged government to power.
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Life & Style
October 23, 2014 By Nikita HolcombeCapes have become a spring essential, adding effortless chic to any practical outfit. Combining the trend of a practical cape with clashing prints echoes the new and vibrant energy that is abundant in spring. Boots, with any spring ensemble ensures practicality as well as a balance to the voluminous cape.