Book Review: Heft
‘Heft’ is a tale revolving around the two distant lives of Arthur Opp and Kel Keller, the two most influential men in Charlene’s life. The narration is skilfully divided between the two characters and overall flows effectively, however what was disappointing about this novel is that I enjoyed the narration of Arthur far more than I did the narration of Kel. I found the character development and...
Nine Female Writers Who Had To Hide Their Gender →
1. Keeping it in the family, the three talented Brontë sisters published their writing under the surname Bell. Emily published Wuthering Heights as Ellis Bell, Charlotte brought out Jane Eyre as Currer Bell and Anne used Acton Bell to release The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, as well as their joint poetry collections and other works. 2. A. S. Byatt was born Dame Antonia Susan Duffy, but has been...
Can you guess the novel from these sounds?
Audio quiz time! (: Listen to the sounds and see if you can guess which novel they belong to. Take quiz here
The Ten Literary Artists One Must Allow into One's...
So, I’ve been asked a couple of time for my opinions on the best authors/poets/playwrights, and obviously, I can’t really settle on a definite answer. So, I decided to sum up the question into two lists of twenty novelists/poets/playwrights whom I think should be in your life at least once. They aren’t necessarily the authors of my favourite books, but they, in my opinion, have...