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All Quiet on the Railway Front
Living between Europe and America these last three years I was thinking one can’t really understand America without recognizing the centrality of the car in the lives of Americans - in a country where a driver’s license serves as an identity card. On the ot...

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The Fifty Shades of Snow (Part II)
March brought us
some good news. The temperature started rising and some warm and timid sunny
rays crept into our freezing winter. The snow started thinning away. It also
started turning black, like the countenance of a humiliated warrior who can’t
do anyth...

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Fifty Shades of Snow
(Part
I – The Four Ages of Snow) For the last
three winters of my life I have been surrounded by snow and frigid weather. A
completely new experience for me. I have spent all my life in no-snow zones. In
zones where you sometimes get fed up with too much su...

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"Then she said: “do you remember my essay on Paris?”. She was not talking about the Paris of France but Paris of Troy – the handsome prince who “stole” the most beautiful woman of the ancient world, Helen, and brought her to Troy". 

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Paris at Harvard Square
Yesterday, I
was making my way home, after a nice and delicious dinner with friends in Lexington.
It was around 11.30 in the evening when I arrived at the Harvard
Square T station. I was waiting on the platform for the train to arrive. Usually
I tend to wal...

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Let's make an exception this time - for those who speak french. Here's the first part of an interview in French with Jean-Claude C aillette ( radio Fréquence Paris Plurielle) in his radio program "Le Lire et le Dire" …
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