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Conor's CommentaryConor's Commentary

A blog about politics, education, Ireland, culture and travel. I am Conor R...

 
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A blog in the life of a 30s "British Muslim" female, living and w...

 
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Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 
Indelible FrecklesIndelible Freckles

A New Zealand screenwriter. A blank screen. And an internet connection.

 
Andy DangerfieldAndy Dangerfield

London based journalist. Collection of my articles for the BBC and elsewher...

 
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The Curious World of a Digital Girl with an Analogue Heart. An artist, Guer...

 
Ellen Dean AuthorEllen Dean Author

A fun and informative blog.

 


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LONDON (AP) — Antony Sher, one of the most acclaimed Shakespearean actors of his generation, has died aged 72, the Royal Shakespeare Company said Friday. Sher had been diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier this year. His husband, Royal Shakes...

Penguin has an article on the 75th anniversary of Penguin Classics and puts the spotlight on the 'five landmark books that shaped the iconic series'. Wuthering Heights is one of them:Wuthering HeightsEMILY BRONTËWuthering Heights by Emily Brontë (O...

NEW YORK (AP) — Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century with his intelligent, intricately rhymed lyrics, his use of evocative melodies and his willingness to tackle unusual s...

Tomorrow's classics

By BrontëBlog on Nov 25, 2021 in: Theatre

The Spectator discusses 'Why today’s classic books may not be tomorrow’s'.The problem is that classics have traditionally been associated with the concept of a canon. In 1909, the outgoing president of Harvard University, Charles W. Eliot, launch...

 York Press looks back on Coney Street and how it has changed through time.The George Hotel in Coney Street in 1867 from an old postcard (Source)The George Inn was a popular destination. Famous guests, included Castle Howard architect John Vanbr...

Wuthering weekend

By BrontëBlog on Nov 23, 2021 in: Music, Theatre

Slipped Disc recommends watching Wise Children's Wuthering Heights, which is available this weekend on demand.Escape to the Yorkshire Moors and experience Wise Children’s ‘wildly imaginative and exhilarating’adaptation of Emily Bronte’s Wuthe...

 The Telegraph & Argus talks about Bella Ellis's latest novel, The Red Monarch:The Brontës’ work has been re-imagined in many interpretations, from silent movies to pop-up comedy gigs.But in her new novel The Red Monarch, best-selling aut...