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Strong Female Characters: Rebecca de Winter

For those of you that don’t know, Rebecca is the titular character of Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel, Rebecca. Set in the 1930s, the book centres around a nameless narrator who marries an older man – only to find that when they go back to his stately home, she’s surrounded by the slightly malevolent presence of his first wife and some extremely creepy servants. 2,124 more words

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@TanyaL: Tatyana Larin in the 21st century

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Name: Tatyana Larin

Username: facebook.com/just.Tanya 800 more words

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Indian Politics Vs. Game of Thrones

Who hasn’t heard of Game of Thrones? I am pretty sure each one of you is aware of the mighty series.  I mean c’mon GOT is everywhere – the hoardings, the internet, the banners, the wallpapers, your tees, my walls- it’s everywhere! 1,422 more words

Why Annie Leonhardt is a 'likeable' character despite being hated?

So we all know that Annie is the Female Titan and that she just killed the whole ‘Levi crew’ and is the ‘biggest’ traitor in the series (other than Reiner and Bertholdt). 496 more words

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The Evolving Portrayal of Women

It is a true testament to the written work of F. Scott Fitzgerald in his novel The Great Gatsby, that even decades after it was originally published, one can still gather a strong appreciation for how society in the 1920’s influenced the lives of everyday Americans. 802 more words

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