"Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once , with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.”
From the letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke.
Human beings began to describe the events that passed through their heads with the figures they drew on the walls of caves in ancient times. Their books were the sooty and dark walls of caves. Centuries passed, change began, and the walls turned into paper, nails into pen…
At the Macaw Store this week, I will tell you about the unforgettable works of world-famous writers who have left their mark in our hearts.
In many Russian literature, the event takes place in the winter season. So the taste of reading a Russian work in front of a fireplace or on a warm couch is breathtaking. We can find ourselves walking on the snowy streets of St. Petersburg. In Dostoevsky's White Nights, we can see how Nastenka was cold while clinging to railings on the edge of an icy river, or the snowflakes scattered around while cleaning the snow on the lone man's hat, as if he were next to her.
Jane Eyre is perhaps the most important work of Charlotte Bronte's novels. The story most beautifully reflects the class difference and the oppressive elements of the era, as well as the naivety and nobility in Jane's inner world. It's more about love than about people loving and accepting each other unconditionally as they are. Reading this novel, you can find yourself in the deserted castles and lush valleys of England.
Reading a book is a dream trip. But if you're planning a real trip, don't forget to pick up your favorite shoes and book as you pack your bag. Here are the shoes from the stories for you.