Monday, September 08, 2014

Monday, September 08, 2014 8:17 am by Cristina in ,    No comments
Author Kate Mosse writes about the landscape of her imagination for The Independent.
In summer, lying on my back in the long grass and imagining myself Catherine Earnshaw in the harsh Yorkshire Moors between the Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange.
I had a rather Gothic imagination, even then.
The blunder of the day comes from We-News (Italy) where a review of Karin Slaughter's Kisscut claims that,
Per quanto riguarda le sue letture preferisce la letteratura del Rinascimento, del calibro di Emily Brontë e Edmund Spenser; e uno scrittore georgiano del 20° secolo, Flannery O'Connor. (Lucia Raso)
Then again, the original, word-for-word blunder seems to come from the Georgia Center for the Book:
And she admits that when it comes to her own reading, she prefers Renaissance literature, the likes of Emily Brontë and Edmund Spenser, and a 20th century Georgia writer, Flannery O'Connor.
The Brontë Parsonage Blog has a post on a Brussels Brontë Group member's trip to Patrick Brontë's homeland. Kawagishi writes about a trip to Haworth. Writergurlny continues her Brontë posts with one on Wuthering Heights: Wild and Wanton Edition.


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