Jane Eyre: Newly Unearthed Letters show That Mr. Rochester Was Originally Intended to Have Hidden a Wife in Every Room of His 416 Room Mansion
Lit-News / Literary Reimaginings

Jane Eyre: Newly Unearthed Letters show That Mr. Rochester Was Originally Intended to Have Hidden a Wife in Every Room of His 416 Room Mansion

Charlotte Bronte’s* Jane Eyre is considered a classic in literary history, and rightly so. Its themes of dying of easily preventable diseases and women being inside rooms remain as relevant today as they were when she first wrote them. But evidence unearthed recently indicate that Jane Eyre could have been a very different novel. In … Continue reading

The Ten Most Likely Candidates To Have REALLY Written Shakespeare’s Works
Biographies of the Greats / Innovative Literary Analysis / Literary Reimaginings / William the Great

The Ten Most Likely Candidates To Have REALLY Written Shakespeare’s Works

We all know that William Shakespeare was a fraud. The idea that somebody from a relatively poorer background than many other poets of the era could have created some of the greatest literary works in human history is preposterous. As such, several alternatives have been put forward on the REAL Shakespeare. Here are the ten likeliest candidates to have … Continue reading

Out of Ideas? Dan Brown’s Latest Novel is About The Catholic Church Breaking His Patio Window and Then Trying To Cover It Up
Innovative Literary Analysis / Literary Reimaginings

Out of Ideas? Dan Brown’s Latest Novel is About The Catholic Church Breaking His Patio Window and Then Trying To Cover It Up

Uh oh. It’s always embarrassing to see an author run out of ideas, but it seems like this is exactly what has happened to Dan Brown. His latest novel ‘The Catholic Church Broke My Patio Window and Then Tried To Cover It Up’ is a 900 page novel about the Catholic Church breaking his patio … Continue reading