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Angela Carter's Book of Fairy Tales

Genre: Traditional Tales/Fairy Tales

Publisher: Virago Press

Carter’s fairy-tale compilation spans the globe in a celebration of the world’s eclectic cultural and social heritage, kept alive for centuries through the power of the spoken word. 33 more words


#1977club - here we go! :)

Yes, time for another week of reading, discovering and discussing books from a particular year – and this one is 1977. We reach a more modern decade than we’ve been covering up until now, and one which certainly takes us away from… 267 more words

TORO: Beauty and the Bull


DeNada Dance Theatre

Choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra

Dreamy and ethereal, Toro opens with a delicately beautiful girl lying on the Stage like the eponymous Sleeping Beauty while two brothers play Rock, Paper, Scissors. 410 more words

Small Theatres

That seemed to give the clowns heart, or some more complex motivation, for they all snapped to and … they began to dance. …
And, as for their dancing–was ‘dance’ the right word for it? 135 more words


Angela Carter: Making Women Magical

Ellie Rowe shares her love for the works of novelist Angela Carter.  

As an English student, I like to pretend that I am widely read, enthusiastic and proactive when seeking out authors that reflect my interests. 734 more words

That's What She Said

The rare Northern sunlight makes up in brilliance for what it lacks in warmth, like certain nervous temperaments.

-Angela Carter, Nights at the Circus


Some was born fools, some was made fools and some make fools of themselves.

-Angela Carter, Nights at the Circus