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Beyond-the-Grave Buzz for FLAPPERHOUSE #11!

Some of literature’s deadest legends are buzzing about FLAPPERHOUSE #11!

“We all look for happiness, but without knowing where to find it: like drunkards who look for their house, knowing dimly that they have one…Flappiness, on the other hand, is quite easy to find: it flies off every page of FLAPPERHOUSE #11 with graceful ferocity!” 192 more words


Wuthering Rants, chapter 3

Previously on Wuthering Heights

  • Lockwood returned, uninvited, to Wuthering Heights.
  • There he attended the Worst Tea Ever.
  • And got attacked by dogs. Again.
  • It’s okay though because PUPPIES!!!
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Ann Dinsdale reading Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

We already told you our latest trip to Haworth really was a special one. We learnt lots of new things about the Brontës, we met old and new friends, and we had the chance to interview Ann Dinsdale in person. 53 more words


Book Review | Wuthering Heights

Title: Wuthering Heights

Author: Emily Bronte

Genre: Classics

Synopsis Published a year before her death at the age of thirty, Emily Brontë’s only novel is  set in the wild, bleak Yorkshire Moors. 242 more words

Book Reviews

Weekend Wisdom: Does Pleasure Bring Happiness? shared by Krishnamurti's Teachings

I am now quite cured of seeking pleasure in society, be it country or town. A sensible man ought to find sufficient company in himself. 299 more words

Wise Mind

Wuthering Rants, chapter 2

Previously on Wuthering Heights

  • Lockwood rented Thrushcross Grange from Heathcliff.
  • Heathcliff wanted literally nothing to do with Lockwood beyond his rent cheque.
  • But that’s not going to stop Lockwood from fighting to win Heathcliff’s heart.
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Tales of Two Sisters: George Eliot, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Middlemarch

This year, Emma and I have spent a lot of time thinking about sisterhood – the kind of literary sisterhood we’ve been exploring here on Something Rhymed, and the ties that bind flesh and blood female siblings. 950 more words

Charlotte Bronte