… “as the starling said”. Through the lens of Mary Wollstonecraft, what does it mean to be free in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park?
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As part of a wider review into the portrayal of women and their place in and out of the home throughout the ages, this post is a specific look at the poem ‘Jenny’ written by the pre-Raphaelite painter and poet, Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Continue reading The Woman You Wouldn’t Take Home
If places can have a soul, this is one of my favourite types…
Continue reading On Dark Café Days (and Nights)
Can New York be thought of as a desert?
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A creative exploration of Charlotte Brontë’s unrequited love notes
Continue reading The Secret Life of a Love Letter
Madame Bovary, Mrs Dalloway and the Power of Pretty Possessions
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