Louise Glück’s poetry is at once deeply personal and ubiquitous. Articles explaining her work demur from calling it confessional, and they may be right. It doesn’t feel like the thoughts and feelings of another; the speaker confessing seems more vulnerable, as if they’re opening up directly to you. The sceneries she weaves are odd and alluring, and behind the deceptively simple lines are layers of meaning.
Right from where you live to what you eat to the number of board exams you have to take in school to even the quality of the air you breathe in is impacted by politics, and being in denial of that is dangerous both for you and others surrounding you.
As people reading these might have already guessed, these behaviours have been influenced by information regarding the coronavirus outbreak. However, a more accurate thing to say would be misinformation or misguided ideas about the global pandemic.
Babbel, the language learning app, has a channel on YouTube with 240 videos. But unlike many other YouTube videos that merely tell you how to say common words in different languages or focuses on a single language,
Often in our lives, we need a fresh perspective in our relationships. Friends and family may not always be available, and you may sometimes dread making that call to someone to discuss deeply personal issues that have been aggravating you for a while.
“At the beginning of 2019, I found myself desperately in need of a job. With no other alternative, I resorted to looking for a job as a tutor and found myself in direct contact with one of the many tuition media pages on Facebook.