Wednesday, January 08, 2020

Wednesday, January 08, 2020 7:50 am by Cristina in , , , , ,    No comments
The Washington Post has selected 'Some graphic novels to read in 2020 including of course Isabelle Greenberg's take on the Brontës:
And Isabel Greenberg’s “Glass Town: The Imaginary World of the Brontës” (March 3) plumbs the sisters’ upbringing. (Michael Cavna)
A nice ending to a 'boys don't read girls' books' story in this interview to author Caoimhín  De Barra by Irish Echo.
Name a book that you were pleasantly surprised by.Wuthering Heights” by Emily Brontë. I had to read it in college and at the time I thought I would hate it because I thought it was a “girls book.” But I loved it. (Peter McDermott)
Christian Today is looking forward to the Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature which is to take place on 21-22 February at Bloxham School, near Banbury, Oxfordshire.
You can find out about a whole range of famous Anglican women novelists (think novels from Charlotte Brontë to P. D. James), and spend time with the writers behind a short story collection inspired by a literary retreat for women. (Sarah Meyrick)
El Punt Avui (in Catalan) reviews the anthology El gran libro de los gatos. Los mejores relatos, ensayos y poemas de la literatura felina universal, which includes a piece by Anne Brontë. Brontë Babe Blog looks into Charlotte's and Branwell's literary collaboration.


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