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Articles for the tag “Nature”



T.C. Boyle


T.C. Boyle is one of America’s most successful contemporary writers. He was awarded the PEN/Faulkner award in 1988 for his book “World’s End”. His short stories regularly appear in the major American magazines like “The New Yorker”, “The Atlantic Monthly”, “Harper’s”,“Esquire”, and “Playboy”.



The illusion of unspoiled nature

The Forest – our Enemy

We daydream about life in pristine, free, raw nature – where we would only survive for five minutes.

by Alexander Görlach 31.03.2015



Literature in Today's Society

“All writers are egomaniacal, manic depressive, drug-addicted alcoholics”

For bestselling author T.C. Boyle, writing is both an obsessive-compulsive behavior and the highest thing he can aspire to. He talked with Max Tholl to discuss the educative purpose of art, teaching creativity, and the deepest desires of human nature.

Conversation by Max Tholl with T.C. Boyle 04.09.2013



What is happiness?

Live and let

Why enjoyment and renunciation are mutually dependent. Why Seneca is right and why asceticism is underestimated as a fine form of culture.

by Christian Harisch 24.09.2018

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