Emily Brontë’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ is widely regarded a classic of English literature but, sadly, the most English thing about it may be its entrenched class prejudices.
Category: The Wordologist Muses
Thoughts and essays on both fiction and reality.
Inspirations: ‘The Room’
“YOU ARE TEARING ME APART, LISA!” How the worst film ever made inspired me. Bear with me on this.
“Well, ah choose no tae choose life.” What I’ve learnt from Irvine Welsh’s whirlwind novel, ‘Trainspotting’, and Danny Boyle’s groundbreaking film adaptation.