Behn, Behn, Behn, Behn, Behn . . .BeeeeeeeehhhN! I’m so excited! Aphra Behn! Aphra Behn! Aphra Behn at the Belvoir St Theatre! What a treat! Oohhh . 510 more words
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Am I a literary blogger?
Well, perhaps not.
Unfortunately, I can’t read every review copy, even if it is addressed to “Literary Blogger.” Isn’t that the most endearing title ever? 237 more words
In the story of Oroonoko, Oroonoko, an African prince, is forced to face many trials and tribulations. Eventually he is given the name “Caesar”, and although this may seem like a small detail, it plays an integral part in the story. 1,073 more words
By Rhea Guzman
Aphra Behn, the first professional female writer in English and the creator of “The Rover,” once said, “Each moment of a happy lover’s hour is worth an age of dull and common life.” Under the direction of Ann Turiano, Notre Dame of Maryland University is taking on the production of “The Rover” this spring. 241 more words