Blog 106 21/04/2021 A LITERARY WORLD: Minoan Textiles and Costume

A LITERARY WORLD Minoan Textiles and Costume The study of textiles is more than just looking at what people wore and used in their daily lives, it is the study of civilization itself. From the very moment when human beings donned a skins to clothe themselves we begin to trace the evolution of mankind. As […]

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Blog 105 25/3/2021 A LITERARY WORLD: Katerina “Rosa” Botsaris

A LITERARY WORLD: Katerina “Rosa” Botsaris Katerina “Rosa” Botsaris (Κατερίνα Μπότσαρη: 1818/20–1872) was a Greek courtier and member of the famous Botsaris family. She was the daughter of Markos Botsaris, one of the most revered national heroes of the Greek War of Independence. He was the Commanding General of Western Central Greece and captain of […]

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Blog 104 3/11/2020 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Rachel R. Heil

A LITERARY WORLD An Interview with Rachel R. Heil My guest today is author, Rachel R. Heil, someone whose work I have admired for a while now. Rachel comes from Grafton, Wisconsin and has majored in English at Concordia University. She is now working on her Master’s Degree. As if that wasn’t enough, she has […]

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Blog 102 13/09/2020 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Vicky Adin

A LITERARY WORLD An Interview with Vicky Adin I am thrilled to have as my guest to A Literary World, the delightful Vicky Adin, an award winning historical fiction author, who describes herself as “a genealogist in love with history and words”. Vicky is someone I have known for a while now, but the first […]

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