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Ana López Usó

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Ana was born and lives in Burriana, Spain. She studies a BA in English Studies at Universidad Jaime I in Castellón, with the idea of specialising in English literature. Passionate about literature in all its genres, her interests go from travelling and knowing other cultures, to art, and to sports, particularly volleyball, which she played for 7 years. She is especially keen on learning languages, that she adds to her mother tongues, Spanish and Catalan. She is currently learning German and Greek. A bookworm since she was a kid, she aspires to work in the literary field in the future.

More than words: tracing history in language

By Ana López Usó,  Words are carriers of meaning. Pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and nouns are used to define, assure, promise, make commands, express ideas...

When fiction goes beyond the page: the impact of literature on empathy

By Ana López Usó, “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only once.”- George R. R. Martin. When...

You are not silly, you are learning: Self-talk and the importance of how we speak to ourselves

By Ana López Usó, During one of my English classes to children the other day, a girl of around 9 years old noticed she had...

Speaking literature: from Shakespeare to Cervantes as inventors of language

By Ana López Usó,  The most common (and correct) thought for the origin of words in the languages we speak is that they either originated...

El día de los Reyes Magos: tradition, love and innocence around the streets of Spain

By Ana López Usó, For many children around the world the excitement of Christmas finishes on the 25th of December after opening the presents that...

Instagram Poetry: evolution or decay?

By Ana López Usó, The Oxford Dictionary defines poetry as "literary work in which the expression of feelings and ideas is given intensity by the...

The Power of Language: Words as a Tool for Shaping Reality

By Ana López Usó, In George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece “1984”, society is functioning under a totalitarian regime. The leaders of the regime want to eliminate...

Toledo: Τhe city of three cultures

By Ana López Usó, Toledo is a magnetizing city in the heart of Spain, 67 km away from Madrid. Capital of the region of “Castilla...

Milan Kundera and the Czech Republic, the story of a disengagement

By Ana López Uso, Milan Kundera, the renowned Czech writer, has been proclaimed winner of the recognised Franz Kafka 2020 literary prize in the Czech Republic....

Lockdown in Madrid: Health or political crisis?

By Ana López Usó, Madrid is the first European capital to experience a second lockdown. The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is a reality...

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Εβίτα Περόν: Μια γυναίκα-μυστήριο στη ζωή και την τέχνη

Της Κωνσταντίνας Κουλοπούλου, Η ηθοποιός Εύα ή Εβίτα Περόν υπήρξε η δεύτερη σύζυγος του Προέδρου της Αργεντινής Χούαν Περόν και πρώτη κυρία της Αργεντινής, ενώ...

Museum Island: Ένα νησί, πέντε θησαυροί του πολιτισμού

Της Ελένης Μουνδούρη, Στην καρδιά του Βερολίνου, στην περιοχή Mitte, μέσα στον ποταμό Spree, υπάρχει ένα μικρό νησάκι το οποίο πράγματι -όπως μαρτυρά και το...

“Generation Next”: Οι νέοι ερευνητές διαμορφώνουν το αύριο

Της Κωνσταντίνας Κούγια, «Οι νέοι είναι γεμάτοι ελπίδες, κι αυτό συμβαίνει επειδή η φύση τους έχει προικίσει με κάποιο είδος θέρμης, σαν εκείνη που νιώθουν...

Τα κυκλώματα παιδικής σεξουαλικής κακοποίησης στην Ευρώπη

Του Ιωάννη Γκατζούνα, Η Ευρώπη, όντας μία ήπειρος που απαρτίζεται από πληθώρα χωρών με διαφορετικούς τρόπους ζωής η κάθε μία, βρίθει ποικίλων προβλημάτων που κωλύουν...