Tag Archives: Classic LIterature

In Which I Ponder Why Jo March Didn’t Choose Laurie. By Ripley Proserpina

In my last week’s blog post, I talked a little bit about reverse harem, and the idea of the female lead character not having to choose between love interests. Thinking more about this, I realized there are a lot of … Continue reading

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Thursday With Gerri by Gerri Brousseau

It’s been quite a busy week for me. Last Friday I taught my “Importance of Secondary Characters in Literature” class at UConn. It was just okay. I was very nervous. I mean the shaking in my shoes, stomach churning, feeling … Continue reading

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