Monday, September 28, 2020

Monday, September 28, 2020 10:28 am by Cristina in , , , , ,    No comments
The Guardian reviews Indelicacy by Amina Cain in which
Characters’ names have been borrowed from other works: those of Antoinette and Dana, two treasured friends, recall women in Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea and Octavia Butler’s Kindred, while a truculent servant, Solange, is from Jean Genet’s The Maids. All strain against the constraints placed on their lives. (Holly Williams)
The Wire (India) reviews Vesper Flights by Helen Macdonald.
She writes of the beauty of the idea that national borders mean nothing to birds and about a man who tried to make a flock of Arctic swans more British by giving them names like Jane Eyre. (Emily Cataneo)
ScreenRant recommends '10 Romance TV Shows To Watch If You Love Outlander' including
Wuthering Heights (2009)
Nothing screams romance more than 19th-century romantic British novels and Wuthering Heights is one of the most iconic novels of that time period and one of the greatest love stories ever written. In the 2009 two-part series, Tom Hardy plays the tortured Heathcliff and Charlotte Riley steps up as Catherine Earnshaw. Their love is tempestuous and dark, and it far exceeds Outlander in terms of intensity. (Anja Grcar)
A contributor to Impact writes about a visit to Wollaton Park in Nottinghamshire.
Eventually, the article was finished and I could say goodbye to the deer and head home. But not before getting completely lost and nearly becoming an ice cube. I felt like Jane Eyre when she goes out onto the moors and nearly dies, except I ordered an Uber to pick me up. (Daisy Forster)
AnneBrontë.org has a post on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.

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