Tag Archive: Emily Bronte

No Frugal Shopper Am I

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Back when I was young(er), buying things off the internet meant the postman turned up with books and CDs from this fancy new company called Amazon, life-size cardboard cut outs of Aragorn from… Continue reading

I know, I know. I need ‘Pedants Anonymous’

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  Dear Internet, I need a word. You’re encouraging my mum to do the thing that annoys me most, and it’s just not on. She is not a particularly forgiving person, and in… Continue reading

You and I both know it’s time for a Muppet ‘Wuthering Heights’

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Many moons ago (1996), I was in the Brontë Parsonage Museum, and saw a display of media to do with Bronte adaptations. Up until this point, I had only ever seen one film… Continue reading

Misery Loves Company

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When it was published, reviewers said ‘Jeez, that’s one messed-up book’ (I’m paraphrasing there). It was the first adult classic I read. I was about twelve and didn’t understand large chunks of it,… Continue reading