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Ten years ago, Scientific American put together a list of their favorite apocalyptic plots from fiction and film. The grouped them by category, like astronomical catastrophes, war, geophysical disasters, machine-driven takeovers, and, of course, pand...

Adèle Rochester

By BrontëBlog on Sep 29, 2020 in: Books

Another story exploring Jane Eyre characters. This time in Spanish and about a French girl. Adèle Rochester Nunila de Mendoza Selecta EdicionesISBN: 97884176067182019En esta novela, la autora nos cuenta la historia de Adèle Rochester,...

The Guardian reviews Indelicacy by Amina Cain in whichCharacters’ 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...

The Telegraph and Argus reports thatA survey is being launched today that will help form a new 10-year cultural plan for the area.The organisation behind the survey, Bradford Cultural Place Partnership, aims to understand what culture really means to...

Cherwell discusses 'The power of perspective: how the narrative lens can transform a story' using Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea as a case in point.Another transformative example is found in the 1966 novel that reworked the beloved Jane Eyre story.

A recent book of essays which includes one about Charlotte Brontë:Biofiction and Writers' AfterlivesBethany Layne (editor)Cambridge Scholars PublishingISBN-13: 978-1-5275-4967-8July 2020The twelve essays collected in this work explore the afterlives...

From Goodreads ~ In November 2001, the bullet-riddled body of a young doctor named Andrew Bagby was discovered in Keystone State Park outside Latrobe, Pennsylvania. For parents Dave and Kate, the pain was unbearable - but Andrew's murder was only the...