Revisiting Manderley on Rebecca's 80th anniversary: Shadows, suspense and subtext in Hitchcock's gothic thriller
It is Rebecca who gives the film its title, the aura which pervades the film's atmosphere; though she is dead, her presence is imposing and rich in ambivalence.
If Howard Jacobson came off as witty in yesterday's session [at the Jaipur Literature Festival], the man just absolutely let loose in this one. He talked about how his fiction comes from a place of shame and desperation, and described how if he ends up writing a bit too much on a particular day, he 'projectile vomits' it all next morning
Translations of Jane Eyre unearth new facets of Charlotte Bronte's novel, introduce cultural nuances
Given the nuances of the practice, translations of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre into 57 languages reflect how different cultures interpret the classic novel and it's theme of radical, passionate feminism.
Bertha is given some medical attention and a few years of learning how to successfully manage PCOS, she decides to try on some holistic methods as well.