Inhuman Tales

Tarnowska: Homicide and Passion in Venice in 1907

Throughout history the city of Venice inspired a number of writers: from William Shakespeare and his Othello and the Merchant of Venice to Thomas Mann with Death in Venice, going to the…

Amos Steinberg: the Tiny Shoes of the Child from Auschwitz

There is a Museum in Europe where there is no beautiful paintings or precious archaeological finds, but something that doesn’t have an intrinsic worth but just a strong symbolic  meaning: a collection…

Sally Horner: the Dramatic Story which inspired Lolita

Vladimir Nabokov published his masterpiece “Lolita” in 1955, after many refusals due to the delicate topic he was handling, that is pedophilia. Even though violence to children was way more concealed than…

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