Monday, March 17, 2014

Monday, March 17, 2014 7:23 am by Cristina in , , , ,    No comments
Happy St Patrick's day and of course also a very happy 237th birthday to Patrick Brontë.

Today seems to be a slow news day or maybe it is so that the focus remains on the father of one amazing literary family.

Augusta Magazine begins an article on TB as follows:
When we think of tuberculosis, we think of Old West outlaws, novels set in 19th-century Europe and afflicted geniuses. We think of Doc Holliday, the Georgia-born dentist and gunfighter who went to the Southwest in hopes of extending his life. We think of Marguerite Gautier, the heroine of Alexandre Dumas’s novel, The Lady of the Camellias. We think of Emily Brontë and George Orwell. (Lucy Adams)
April Lindner's Catherine is featured together with a giveaway and a guest post by the author on The Procrastinator's Corner, Eli to the nth and A Dream within a Dream.


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