From You’ve Got Mail to Jab We Met, why rom-coms are the ultimate comfort-watch during coronavirus lockdown
At a time like the coronavirus outbreak, one feels like going back to the old and the familiar, rom-coms like Bridget Jones' Diary and Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na.
Coronavirus outbreak: A guide to films, shows, podcasts to indulge in during this period of self-quarantine
In times of social distancing and isolation during the coronavirus outbreak, the best one could do to entertain oneself through various shows, films, and podcasts.
Revisiting Jane Austen at time of Brexit: The English author explored friendship, love and more, but left out many key societal elements of the era
Imagine a Jane Austen novel with a Polish protagonist. Imagine an Austen novel where British women welcome an immigrant into their lives. Imagine an Austen novel where a character goes looking for work.
Man Booker Prize nominated writer Lucy Ellmann: 'I don't consider originality such an outlandish aim for a novelist'
In an interview with Firstpost, Man Booker-nominated writer Lucy Ellmann talks about her latest book, Ducks, Newburyport, her need for a "second loo", and why she prefers Anne Elliot's story over Elizabeth Bennet's.
Sandition, written months before Jane Austen's death, talks about Charlotte Heywood and her spiky relationship with the humorous, charming Sidney Parker.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that the world loves Jane Austen. But there's a special romance reserved for her in Pakistan | #FWeekend
Reading, to Ben Okri, leads to imagination and thought, most importantly clarity of thought, bringing about a gradual understanding of the many-fingered problems that plague us.
Lionsgate has released an international trailer for its upcoming drama thriller Pride and Prejudice and Zombies described as an expanded version of Jane Austen's classic tale, probably because it includes zombies in a Victorian-era love story.
Here, Jane is one of the weirdest games we've ever seen on Kickstarter...
As weeks of struggle between feminists and trolls played out on Twitter over Jane Austen gracing a bank note in England, Twitter UK has assured that it
Even as the British Police continues to investigate rape threats received by feminist Caroline Criado-Perez on Twitter, another female lawmaker from the
Twitter has come out and acknowledged the reality of abusive tweets in the aftermath of feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez receiving violent threats on
At the centre of a successful campaign to make Jane Austen the face of the £10 note is brewing a Twitter controversy. A woman who campaigned to have the
Jane Austen will become the new face on England's 10-pound notes, a sign that there is plenty of pride and little prejudice against women on the country's currency.
Kapoor, who describes herself as someone who lives to eat and read in that order, says the book has characters that exist in reality and that's what prompted her to buy the film rights.
Beyond the arrogance and the aloofness, Jane Austen’s Darcy had that one quality that women can rarely resist: vulnerability. He was emotionally unavailable and when he did love, it was so rare that a woman, even one as tough as nails as Elizabeth, was compelled to do what she knows she can do best: save him from himself.
Whatever Sir Vidia thinks, the real battle for R-E-S-P-E-C-T in the literary world is not between men and women. It's between literary fiction and popular fiction.