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May 10, 2012

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Nakedness and Dry Humour, a review of Forster’s “A Room with a View”

The English have long been renowned for masking their feelings, hiding emotion behind rules of etiquette and dry humour, and, dare I say it, exuding a sort of coldness. Yes, us Brits have always had a reputation for restrained passion – that is the beauty of British classics.

Books, Reviews

Strong Victorian Woman Sticks to Her Guns in Brontë’s Classic “Jane Eyre”

I once asked a friend of mine whether she had read “Jane Eyre”. On replying that she had not she added, “It’s really not my thing, those sort of novels”. What, I pondered, could she mean by this?

Books, Reviews

Jane Austen by name, Badass Hipster Rebel by Nature

By the time Jane Austen reached 23 years of age, she had accomplished many things. This includes writing some short works known as her Juvenilia...

Books, Reviews

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