July Reading Roundup/Review

I've managed to get a decent amount of reading done this month, and write more on this blog which I'm very pleasantly surprised about. I will hopefully keep this up in August, so let me know if there's anything you would like to see me discuss, whether it's books/tv/history. Monthly Reading Roundup Vinegar Girl by... Continue Reading →

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My Favourite Jane Austen Adaptation

This week it was 200 years since Jane Austen's death in 1817, and since I have yet to write anything about Jane Austen on this blog, I figured it was the ideal time to do a post. Jane Austen's work has been adapted numerous times in a variety of ways now, and her novels work incredibly... Continue Reading →

Favourite Poems

I have had a tricky relationship with poetry in the past, most especially when I’ve studied it. Whenever I had to examine poems I mostly experienced the same reaction that sure, some poems were nice to read and contemplate for a little while, but that’s where my thoughts stopped. My Experience Studying Poetry  Analysing poetry... Continue Reading →

The Genius of Emily Brontë

It makes me sad to realise I haven’t written anything about Emily Brontë yet, so far she has only been a passing mention in my posts about the Brontë family, so I wanted to express my love and appreciation for her writing in this post. Emily is seen to be tough, quiet, stubborn, a genius who was... Continue Reading →

June Monthly Favourites

Book: The Brontes by Juliet Barker Rating: Five Stars This was the first book I’ve read to start doing research for my dissertation, and it is also a book I’ve wanted to read ever since my interest in the Bronte family began. It’s pretty much the definitive  biography, covering not only Anne, Emily Charlotte and... Continue Reading →

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