Blog, Classic Literature

THE CLASSICS: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte

First published in 1847 under her pseudonym Elis Bell, Emily Bronte’s groundbreaking novel (and her only one) has for decades been at the height of popularity. With creepy moors, mesmerizing writing, and the unyielding nature of its characters, the novel is perhaps one of the firsts to set its roots in Romanticism and Gothic fiction. However, in contemporary times it remains to be seen how true this ‘dark romance’ stays to its theme.

Blog, Book Lists

Top Ten Tuesday: Memorable things book characters/authors have said/written

Welcome to my very first Top Ten Tuesday Post. Currently available as one of the most popular book blog memes, ThatArtsyReaderGirl holds the TTT as a means of book bloggers getting to know each other through a common and relevant post. Today’s topic talks about memorable quotes/dialogues from book characters! I have some which are… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Memorable things book characters/authors have said/written

Blog, Movies & TV

SCREENFLIX: Recent watches and stuff I loved!

Hey readers! October has definitely been a hectic month so far and although I had some moments of fun and others of great distress, I did ended up binging some excellent stuff on TV. There was a mix of aesthetically pleasing Ghibli movies, a hyped show which I finally got the time to binge, and a little bit of magic. Without further ado, let’s get into all the exciting shows and films I watched this month.