Classics

Books That Hit Different the Second Time Around

Whether you read these books in high school or are in the mood to read something familiar, these books hit…

1 month ago

What I’ve Learned from (Re)reading Wuthering Heights

I've read and reread Wuthering Heights on an almost yearly basis for over a decade. This is what it has…

2 months ago

Signs You Might Be in a Jane Austen Novel

Are your own thoughts habitually your best companions? Are you half agony, half hope? You may be in a Jane…

2 months ago

Persuasion: A Movie Review By Someone Who Hasn’t Read The Book

People had a lot of feelings about the latest PERSUASION adaptation. But how would you feel about it if you'd…

3 months ago

Should We Still Study Shakespeare?

Should we still study Shakespeare? There isn’t a simple answer, but I think we should.

4 months ago

An Extremely Scientific and Not At All Biased Ranking of the Misters Darcy

Of all the versions of Mr. Darcy that exist, which is the best? Here are rankings of the smoldering, iconic…

6 months ago

What Makes a Good Mr. Darcy?

What makes a good Mr. Darcy in retellings and reimaginings of PRIDE AND PREJUDICE?

6 months ago

A History of DRACULA in Pop Culture

From its publication in 1897 to Dracula Daily's popularity today and the countless adaptations in between, Dracula has staying power.

6 months ago

Quiz: Design Your Dream Home And I’ll Tell You In Which Austen House You Should Live

Should you live in Pemberley or Barton Cottage? Hartfield or Northanger Abbey? Take this quiz to find out your ideal…

6 months ago

Mrs. Dalloway and Her Flowers: An Analysis of the First Line of Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway

The first line of Mrs. Dalloway is one of the best-known in literature. Here's a closer look at how it…

7 months ago