Elizabeth explores an appropriate point of view in order to be able to get through the book she is reading.
A hapless shopper enters into a non-verbal dialogue with a supermarket security guard.
He’s the arbiter of knowledge, the source for what is true. He charges nothing for his wisdom, making it at hand for me and you…
Tale of a troubled mind told in English using a traditional Icelandic poetry form.
When arriving exhausted at home after work, Victoria realises that something is not as it should be.
Robert knows that for preventive medicine to work, it is important to listen to one’s body when it cries. That is easier said than done.