A close-up look at one of my most favourite scenes ever in film history.
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.
A creative exploration of Charlotte Brontë’s unrequited love notes
Why Joni Mitchell’s Blue Isn’t Just About Heartbreak
When Heart is Home, from the Brontës to the ‘Before’ Trilogy