The Voynich Manuscript, a bizarre 15th century document, has inspired numerous books as well as theories about its origins.
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Taking a look at the Thomas Hardy classic, FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, and its character, William Boldwood, as an early fictional example of an incel.
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How the intersecting systems of mental health, social services, and criminal justice have failed Lisbeth Salander from Stieg Larsson's Millennium series.
Taking a close look at the trauma bond, depictions of sexual assault, and the victim of assault in Kate Elizabeth Russell’s MY DARK VANESSA.
Taking a look at the fan theory that the SNOWPIERCER adaptation is secretly a dark sequel to CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY.
Taking a look at the striking similarities between Jane Austen's EMMA and Jean-Pierre Jeunet's AMÉLIE, as well as the protagonists' differences.
A reader on a '90s book series for young readers that shone a new and ableist light on the body swapping trend in books and other media.
How one reader who struggled to enjoy stories from Greek mythology gained an interest in these tales thanks to the works of Madeline Miller.
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