The Beautiful Tragedy of Franz Kafka – Part I

Who was Franz?

Leading to and sensitized by the devastating manslaughter and political conundrum that marred human goodwill in World War 1 arose a deviation from formulaic concoctions of the safe and trend-affirming overtly poetic literature.

It brooded a change in self-reflection and a stream of consciousness which was translated … Continue Reading

Happiness 101: An Amateur’s Guide

Can Money buy happiness? The decades-old question has always been a hot-topic, but in todays world, the debate is more sizzling than ever before.

My artsy friend’s Instagram is dedicated to proving that, no, money has no bearing on happiness; while my finance bro’s Continue Reading

The Cognizant Citizen: Queer Chronicles

 

A Chapter In Pride

 

The road to LGBTQ+ rights has been defined by remarkable perseverance, fortitude, and several landmarks. While the hardships and injustices encountered by the LGBTQ+ community must not be disregarded, it is also critical to recognise the significant progress made in recent decades.

 

This … Continue Reading

Symbols Of Pride

As pride month draws to a close, the insignia of this unsung war burn brighter than ever.

Artefacts imbued with great meaning have risen from the fertile earth of this decades-long struggle. Like the two sides of a coin, there are stories of terrible oppression hidden behind these rich and … Continue Reading

The Unending Beauty of Ukiyo-E-Prints

Mount Fuji, with its snow-peaked top and serene slopes, overlooks the calm waters of five lakes which stand guard to protect it. The Japanese consider it to be the epitome of beauty and perfection and have about eight-hundred shrines dedicated to celebrating its eternal ethereal elegance. It is intrinsically tied Continue Reading

To you, in the multiverse

When Gary Lineker gets off his unwashed bed, draws his grimy covers off and shudders to his desk, it’s the most work he’s done in six months. It’s an action that takes all but six seconds (he’s counting) but took an eternity to prepare for. His chair’s comfortable, but he … Continue Reading

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