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‘The Gospel According To André’ Tops Slow Holiday Weekend; ‘Pope Francis’ Crosses $1M: Specialty Box Office

Updated at 12PM PT with more numbers and analysis. Three-day numbers were being reported sporadically in the early part of Sunday ahead of the Memorial Day holiday. 1,159 more words

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Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

“Did any one indeed exist, except I, the creator, who would believe, unless his senses convinced him, in the existence of the living monument of presumption and rash ignorance which I had let loose upon the world?”

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Mary Shelley: Out Of The Shadows And Into The Spotlight

“What we forget about Mary Shelley is what can so often be forgotten about any woman from the past: that she was a whole person, not just someone’s daughter or wife… She was not just the author of Frankenstein…”

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Mulling Over Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

This is my favorite work of fiction. Mary Shelley wrote the book when she was not quite 19 years of age. Even though she came from a literary family, and was exposed to great authors, that is still remarkable. 257 more words

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Picking Up the Spare - Deadpool 2, On Chesi Beach and More

Deadpool 2

Fox has extended the social media presence of Peter, the non-powered member of the team Deadpool assembles, adding a LinkedIn profile that the studio has been… 804 more words

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Mary Shelley & Her Monster

Today we get a movie not about her unnamed Monster but about Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley herself! How often do we hear anything at all about her (aside from being Shelley’s wife, in Byron’s sphere, and, oh yeah, the novelist behind  641 more words

Historic Heroine: Mary Wollstonecraft

When I first started reading histories of feminism, and in particular, the suffrage movement, Mary Wollstonecraft was a name that continually cropped up. So who is she, and why is she considered as one of Britain’s first feminists? 662 more words

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