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Tag Archives: Gothic Literature
So let’s start by this week yet again sets the bar for the most self-referential episode of Doctor Who to date (and I am aware that I did say that just three weeks ago), and for Moffat Who that is saying something. There are … Continue reading
Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake My rating: 4 of 5 stars Weird, evocative, scary, funny, all wrapped into one. Peake’s style is totally unique, and his characters even more so. From the Dickensian names (Steerpike, Prunesquallor, Sepulchrave) to their vividly … Continue reading
Tomorrow, September 22nd, geeks around the world will celebrate Tolkien Day (or Hobbit Day, as it’s come to be known) in celebration of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins’ shared birthday. I will be participating in the festivities as part of the … Continue reading
The Mythgard Institute was founded in 2011 to bring rigorous, dynamic and interactive educational experiences to students around the world through the latest online course tools while also boasting challenging and engaging classes taught by world-class teachers and leading scholars … Continue reading
The launch of Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View has been such an exciting thing to be a part of: Curt and I are so gratified to find that others find this project as intriguing as we do. And we’re just … Continue reading
To start on an interesting side note, ‘The Crimson Horror’ is officially the 100th episode of New Who, so congrats to the Doctor on making it this far! And what a crazy, bonkers episode this was. From the titular horrendous … Continue reading
I’m really not trying to see lots of Rose connections everywhere. I’m really not. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Rose but I’m not a viewer who believes that the show began and ended with her. She was brilliant, she … Continue reading