A review of Arthur Miller’s 1953 play ‘The Crucible’ and the 1996 film adaptation starring Winona Ryder and Daniel Day Lewis. Discusses the image of the witch and how ‘The Crucible’ is relevant in today’s society.
The first book of my Revenge module, and it wasn’t easy. Bronte’s Wuthering Heights is no easy read but it speaks volumes about how Revenge and passion takes over our lives.
Whilst waiting for my copy of Conan Doyle’s The Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes to be delivered in the post, the only thing to whet my appetite, short of a […]
I have officially ticked off the first book off my reading list! Heralded as one of the first sensation novels in Victorian Literature, The Woman in White had built up […]
Now into my second summer book, unfortunately the last before I hit the University reading lists again, this was recommended by my girlfriend who sped through this novel whilst on […]