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John Keats: Mr. Darcy

“I have been used to consider poetry as the food of love,” said Darcy.

“Of a fine, stout, healthy love it may. Everything nourishes what is strong already.

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Book exhibition of the month: Pride and Prejudice, with adaptions and inspired works.

A couple of weeks ago, in literature class, we were divided in groups and declared to create a book exhibition featuring a theme of our own choice. 575 more words

Book Exhibition

ITV announces casting for Grantchester

ITV has announced casting for its new six-part crime drama, Grantchester, this morning. The more you read about it the more you realised this has hit written all over it. 398 more words

British Crime Drama

Post Christmas TV Review

The end is nigh. Of Christmas viewing that is, not the world as we know it, despite indications to the contrary fuelled by the Apocalyptic weather we’ve been having over the last week or two. 1,111 more words

Death Comes To Pemberley

Review: The Mysterious Death Of Jane Austen (E1/5), Radio 4, Monday 24th February

Tucked away in the final quarter of Women’s Hour this morning (Monday 24th February) was the first 15-minute episode of a five-part drama that supposed something that, if ever proven correct, would send shockwaves through the literary and cultural worlds – that one of Britain’s favourite and most enduring novelists, Jane Austen, died at the hands of a murderer. 422 more words

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