By Priyadarshini Gouthi
Readers like me have battled heartbreak when these literary couples did not (or could not) end up together Have you, like me, found yourself wishing that they did? Tell me what you…
by Jessica Pan
Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights is a novel so well-known that its name is often enough to evoke a sense of gothic nostalgia in readers. It’s a book that carries a certain weight, a sense of heaviness and density even before it’s read for the first time.
(Ou “Minha vontade é matar todo mundo”)
three impossibly tiny sisters secluded on the Moors, pretending to be men, writing epic fiction that defied the parameter of their own experiences.
not therapy, but research by Catherine Lowell