Director: William Wyler
“William Wyler’s film version of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights is unsurpassed as a gothic tale of inextinguishable passion, thwarted by social circumstance and mischance.” (144, R. 286 more words
Let’s get this reviewed. Heathcliff was created by George Gately, who ran the strip until 2001, when it was taken over by Peter Gallagher. By all accounts, the character of Heathcliff is a much more active and puckish figure than Garfield. 534 more words
Ladies, it’s okay to admit it–we all fantasize about fictitious lovers, the delicious-ridiculous romantic heroes of classic novels. From Shakespeare to 19th Century Chick-lit, to The Great American Novel, here are some of our favorites. 842 more words
Today, homage to Emily Bronte.
When I despair over dismal book sales….I think of Emily.
Emily and her sister Anne’s first book of verses sold two copies….. 87 more words
Many apologies, dear Reader, for the egregious span of weeks between this and my last post! Indeed, I have been shirking my responsibilities. Except, at the same time, I haven’t really, as I’ve been working as diligently as I always ought to on that most dreaded word . 1,186 more words