Shouting matches, a Stasi comparison and mass resignations: It's a drama worthy of "Jane Eyre."
Jane Eyre: The Graphic Novel by Charlotte Brontë and Amy Corzine Remaining true to the author's original vision, this graphic
I didn't know I loved Jane Eyre until I began teaching it. You would think that after hours of research and hundreds of student papers, there would be nothing new to say about a novel nearly two centuries old.
It’s not Jane Eyre’s most defiantly feminist moment, but somehow it’s the one we cling to.
The past isn't dead. It isn't even past. Especially when it comes to long-lost manuscripts.
Even before William Shakespeare's so-called "problem play" Measure for Measure gets properly underway at the Globe, director Dominic Dromgoole has loosed on the audience what looks and sounds like a musical 16th-century orgy attended by various bawds and Lords (Lawds?).
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's what makes a good book. Sure, I haven't written any of my own any time lately but I sure have read a lot.
Chances are that if you're an aspiring or struggling author, you have a day job. And chances are equally good that you dream of a time when you're free to write all day or at least a substantial part of every day and that the writing will be lucrative enough to pay the bills.
Diana Vreeland Pearl Witherington Dorothy Parker The reigning queen of 17th century Sweden for 22 years, Queen Christina
Sometimes it is not as obvious as a knight riding his horse into battle to face the enemy. Below are different types of courage displayed by five fictional characters who endure so much, and yet always stay strong, never, ever giving up.