Category Archives: Women in Literature

A feminist Pinner.

Can’t get enough with anything to do with Feminism Through Cinema and Literature? Check out my feminist themed boards on Pinterest (https://uk.pinterest.com/tiabyer/). From Feminist film, photography and quotes, to photos of female icons such as Priscilla Presley, Vivien Leigh and … Continue reading

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Feminism in Harry Potter

The Women of Harry Potter: A dedication to the women of Harry Potter, in the words of their author and the actresses who portrayed them. “I am a female writer and what’s interesting about the wizarding world is when you … Continue reading

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The Love Story of a Lifetime.

Jennifer Cavalleri. “What can you say about a 25 year old girl that died? That she was beautiful, and brilliant.” Known for its infamous tag-line “Love means never having to say your sorry”, Love Story follows Harvard law student Oliver Barrett IV … Continue reading

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The Fairest of us all.

     

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“What a woman”.

Scarlett O’Hara “You helpless? Heaven help the Yankees is they catch you.” -Rhett Butler, Gone With the Wind.

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A Pure Woman.

Tess Durbeyfield “Never in her life- had she ever intended to do wrong; yet these hard judgements had come”. Initially condemned for being ‘immoral’ and pessimistic when it was first published in 1891, Tess of the D’urbervilles is a moving novel about … Continue reading

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A Unique Southern Belle.

Scarlett O’Hara. “Why does a girl have to be so silly to catch a husband?”

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