It’s true. We are obsessed with Alice. That pleasant day in 1862, spent on a river trip up the Thames with a picnic, served as a launching point for something that would change the literary world forever. The enduring popularity of Alice in Wonderland for over 150 years is truly a phenomenon and during its... Continue Reading →
Revisit and celebrate five great 19th-century British novels that helped create the Gothic and Horror genres!
Names matter a great deal in "Anne of Green Gables" from The White Way of Delight to Cordelia. Which divinely beautiful name is yours?
She is no Elizabeth Bennet. But then, Jane Austen hardly expected her new heroine to be admired. In regards to Emma Woodhouse, Austen remarked, "I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like." Spoiled Emma. Pretentious Emma. Dearest, most beloved Emma fails time and time again in her matchmaking ventures.... Continue Reading →
In awe of the Christmas Tree, the spiders circled round the adorned evergreen boughs to take in all they could see. When the Christmas Fairy saw the cobwebs the next morn, she. . .
While every culture has developed it's own tales and fables through time, the success of fairy tales can be traced back to a small group of people.
Do tell your lot in life. To which day of the week were you born? https://www.pinterest.com/pin/21603273195122805/