Tags » Emily Bronte

No Coward Soul is Mine

This is a poem by Emily Bronte. Like a lot of poetry, there’s a fair bit in it that I don’t quite understand. But I do think I understand the main idea of the poem: the vast, powerful and eternal nature of God, and the deep assurance that comes from knowing that you belong to this God. 164 more words


Writer's Quote Wednesday: Don't Be a Villain

Whenever I hear someone talk about getting even, or enjoying “karma,” I wonder about their media literacy. Aside from the occasional Inigo Montoya out to avenge their father’s death, rarely is the hero’s story a revenge plot. 317 more words


Wuthering Heights: Book review

Wuthering Heights is a long and sophisticated book. It is a form of very rich text with three volumes and is written by classical author, Emily Bronte. 162 more words

Book Review

The Lost Child, by Caryl Phillips

My first review for BookPage is a review of The Lost Child, the new novel by Caryl Phillips. Phillips is the author of such works as the novels… 118 more words


Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

I know you’re probably trying to get away from the dreaded classics that we all were forced to read throughout secondary school. Perhaps you think you cannot relate to them or they are ridiculous. 314 more words


Random Thought #2


Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.

This quote is realy beautiful. I think it describes perfectly the feeling of true love.

70 more words

Jane Eyre, Lizzy Bennet, and Jo March Walk Onto a Stage: Remixing a New Canon of Heroines

Last night I saw You on the Moors Now, an experimental play currently running in New York City’s Greenwich Village, which cannily combines characters and plot points from four novels: … 1,106 more words