In which I discuss my cheese-based aspirations and inspirations. Also, more time travel.
Jane Eyre. Just the name makes me feel like I’m on a windswept moor straggling toward a looming house in the distance. The moor is bare, except for a gnarled tree where ravens roost… just kidding. It makes me feel like I’m sitting in my literature classroom agonizing over an in-class essay. Turns out, the cold chill of the moor and the cold chill of having two minutes to finish my paper aren’t that different.
Anyway, here are 7 thoughts I had while reading Jane Eyre, that most wonderful and confusing of Gothic novels. WARNING: spoilers ahead!
Is one of your parents from a different country than the rest of your family? Maybe both of your parents or your grandparents are from a different country. Welcome to the party, fellow multicultural kid! Whether you’re Korean, half-Greek, a missionary kid, or your heritage is so diverse that you’ve stopped keeping track, here’s 5 things that we can all relate to.
If you’ve ever read a Shakespeare play, you know that his comedies are basically Elizabethan chick flicks with puns and comments on the human condition. Here’s your definitive guide to the boyfriends in the best rom-coms of all time. WARNING: contains spoilers (for 400-year-old plays, but still).