Monday, March 02, 2015

Monday, March 02, 2015 10:46 am by M. in , , , ,    No comments
The Independent shares a list of the 'Top 50 Fictional Countries' nominated by readers.
2. Angria. Created by Charlotte and Branwell Brontë: Penguin has published the resulting novelettes (Tales of Angria). Nominated by David Crawford. (John Rentoul)
Sad to see Gondal is not there, though.

Kelly Clarkson lists 25 things about herself in the Boston Herald.
23. My favorite books are Matilda, Jane Eyre, Persuasion and A Little Princess.
The Olympian discusses Fifty Shades of Grey.
As a literature major, she more than once muses that she has never been interested in a man because of her avid reading and the literary heroes she expects a man to be. In all the world of literature, she doesn’t crave a Mr. Darby, a Mr. Rochester, or even a Heathcliff, but a rapist. (Teresa Sykora Lovaas)
The Art of Eeva Nikunen posts a portrait of Mr. Rochester by Tom Hiddleston from Crimson Peak; on reddit someone has read Wuthering Heights for the first time (and loved it); The Indie Chicks  takes lessons from Jane Eyre.


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