Wednesday, July 07, 2021

Wednesday, July 07, 2021 11:04 am by M. in , , , ,    No comments
 Yorkshire's most beautiful waterfalls in The Yorkshire Post:
Brontë Waterfall
The Brontë Waterfall is thought to have inspired the Brontë sisters’ novels and is a small waterfall near Harworth, West Yorkshire.
The fall and river are part of a 43 mile trail that covers much of the Brontë Country and leads to Top Withens, a house that features in Wuthering Heights.
Brontë Waterfall, Off Moorside Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22 9RQ (Alesia Fiddler)
The Stylist's team talks about the books that they reread the most:
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë – Amy Davies-Adams, production editor
On days when there is no possibility of taking a walk (if you know, you know), there is really only one book I’d like to be curled up with – Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. OK, so it’s not the most original choice, but the story of Jane making her way in the world, and eventually finding true love with Mr Rochester (but only on her terms), is one that made me fall in love with reading in the first place.
Rolling Stone interviews Shirley Manson (Garbage):
Kory Grow: What’s your favorite book?
S.M.: I have so many. The one that springs to mind would be American Pastoral by Philip Roth. I loved All the Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy. I loved The Collected Works of Billy the Kid by Michael Ondaatje. I loved Winnie the Pooh and Wuthering Heights. I’ve got so many that have really stuck with me that are classics.
The Lawyer quotes Jane Eyre in an article about Pride:
Proud also that – to quote Jane Eyre – Reader, I married him. The more people are true to themselves, the better the world will be. It's called Pride for a reason. (James Turner)
Daily Movies (Switzerland) describes Jane Campion's The Piano like this:
En 1993, le film, dont la force et le lyrisme sont à rapprocher de l’œuvre d’Emily Brontë et de la poésie d’Emily Dickinson, remporte la Palme d’Or au Festival de Cannes. (Translation)
According to Io Donna (Italy):
I romanzi affinano l’empatia. Siamo Jane Eyre quando si rende conto che il signor Rochester è sposato. (Eliana Liotta) (Translation)


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