Thursday, August 14, 2014

Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:07 am by M. in , , , , ,    No comments
USA Today interviews Chloe Grace Moretz, another Brontëite:
Books. "I love Wuthering Heights, The Bell Jar. I prefer paperback." (Gayle Jo Carter)
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Houston Press reviews the exhibition by Allison Rathan at the Archway Gallery:
I've Come Home Now echoes the dark power of Wuthering Heights as a man inside a castle embraces a woman through an open window. (Jim J. Tommaney)
Indeed. On the artist's Facebook we can see the painting (on the right) with the well known quote from Wuthering Heights: “He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.”

The Independent remembers the Tamasha Theatre production of Wuthering Heights in 2009:
Their other big successes include a visually breathtaking Wuthering Heights set in Rajasthan, India and A Fine Balance based on Rohinton Mistry's novel about poverty and injustice in India, which got glowing reviews. (Yasmin Alibhai-Brown)
Magic, Dragons and Other Fantastic Dreams interviews the author A.L. Butcher:
Which authors or books influenced your writing the most?
Oh gosh, as I’ve said I read a lot, in many genres so it would be hard to name them all. I suppose if I have to pull names out of hat –Alexandre Dumas, Gaston Leroux, Brontë sisters, Janet Morris, J.R.R. Tolkien, Terry Pratchett, David Gaidar, Ellis Peters, Richard Adams, Douglas Adams, E. A. Poe…. The list goes on.
Later in the interview she mentions Wuthering Heights as one of her favourite novels.

ArtInfo carries the news of the Norton Conyers restoration award and its forthcoming opening to the public next July 2015. No ves q estoy leyendo and Janet Gaspar (both in Spanish) review Wuthering Heights; Mesh Movie Freak posts about Wuthering Heights 1992; the Brontë Sisters explores the life and times of Joseph and Elizabeth Carne, a contemporary and a second cousin of the Brontës; Thomas Baden Riess reviews Jane Eyre.

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