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Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys

I have one word for this book: Wow.

I am not a huge classics person. Most of the time, I am happy to just watch the BBC adaption and leave it at that. 660 more words

Book Review

Happy Thoughts: Book Hauls!

Once again, I’ve exhausted my wallet by buying – wait for it – BOOKS! So much for saying I need to be frugal this month because I still don’t have a job. 595 more words

Gone With The Wind

The People Speak: Ciarán Hinds in "Jane Eyre"

As part of my Jane Eyre blog series, I’ve been reading through lots of reviews on Amazon to see how film versions are perceived by viewers–especially the Hinds/Morton version, of course. 1,898 more words

Beautiful Men

“Am I hideous, Jane?”

“Very, sir: you always were, you know.”


#CarrotRanch #FlashFiction Challenge 'Art as History' @Charli_Mills

This post was written in response to Charlie Mills’ Carrot Ranch Weekly Flash Fiction Prompt 

March 16, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) go down the rabbit hole to a place where art is not allowed. 541 more words

Jane Eyre

We Love Victorian-era Sibling Dramas

Anne and Charlotte, side by side, in The Gun Group Portrait.

Very few readers – sometimes, even those who consider Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights cherished favorites – are familiar with the work of Anne Brontë. 2,288 more words

I'm Like A Bird

Birds are linked in all world mythologies to birth, death, freedom and rejuvenation–making them the perfect symbol of spring. Giving whimsy its way, here are the characters of  378 more words