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The book versus movie debate: The Woman in Black

I watched the film adaptation of The Woman in Black years ago. What compelled me to watch it was a mixture of loving horror films and complete intrigue as to how Daniel Radcliffe would tackle an adult role. Anyway, I watched the film and I didn't think about it again. It was one of those films that… Continue reading The book versus movie debate: The Woman in Black

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Is it anti-social to look forward to some time alone?

Sometimes you read something and it just speaks to you doesn't it? A simple sentence or phrase that somebody else has spoken but you feel as though the words could have come from your mouth. This is how I felt when I read the quote above. I love socialising, I crave quality time making memories… Continue reading Is it anti-social to look forward to some time alone?

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‘Classic’ literature: must you read it to discuss it?

What is your immediate reaction to that quote? Do you agree or disagree with his words? I came across this quote recently and it stopped me in my tracks. It really got me thinking and stayed with me enough to make me compelled to write this post. It made me realise how many 'classic' books… Continue reading ‘Classic’ literature: must you read it to discuss it?

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The book versus movie debate: The Silver Linings Playbook

If you aren't new around here then you will be familiar with my structuring of this series, and if you are new then I will link all my previous 'The book versus movie debate' posts at the end of this one so you can check out the others that I have written (if you would… Continue reading The book versus movie debate: The Silver Linings Playbook

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The book versus movie debate: The Stepford Wives

It's been a little while since I have done a 'book versus movie debate' post but as I have recently read The Stepford Wives I figured that rather than just share my thoughts on the book, I would do a book and film comparison instead. There are two film adaptations, one was released in 1975 and the… Continue reading The book versus movie debate: The Stepford Wives