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Vivien Leigh: The Catherine Earnshaw We Have Lost For Ever

None of the film directors who have tried to adapt Wuthering Heights to the screen have ever found the perfect Catherine Earnshaw, because the only actress who could portray this controversial protagonist – Vivien Leigh – was not accepted to play the part.  309 more words


A Little History; Heroines In History

It has been a while since I wrote a post for my “A Little History” series and for its return I thought I would share with you some of my heroines in history. 1,111 more words

19th Century

Book Musing: #FirstLineFriday

I never like bookish memes. If I want to do something, I rather be spontaneous and not bound by anything, and especially not when millions of other people are doing the same thing. 135 more words

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Review: Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
Date Read: August 12 to 24, 2016
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Liked it much better this time around mostly because I chose to read it (for a book club), not because it was forced on me as a school assignment. 378 more words

Book Reviews

Evaluating a Favorite Fiction List

What does a favorites list say about a specific individual?

When a college recruiter, potential employer, first date or an acquaintance inquires about a favorite book, they are usually trying to get a sense of who the other person is on a more personal level. 763 more words


Cumbres Borrascosas.

Esta es una reseña de uno de los últimos libros que he leído en 2016 y no es otro que Cumbres Borrascosas de Emily Brontë; termine de leerlo antes de Noche Buena pues quería terminarlo antes de que la BBC hubiera estrenado la miniserie sobre las hermanas Brontë ( 483 more words


Would you back yourself for half a million dollars?

Desert Island Discs?

One of the great things about the Christmas and New Year break is the time to catch up on things you’ve been meaning to do for months. 432 more words