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Here’s What Miss Havisham Can Teach Us About Grief

Lorraine Berry examines the most laughed-at character in Charles Dickens's Great Expectations (and in its many adaptations), Miss Havisham.


Other Kids’ Homes: On Class and Coming of Age

Visiting the homes of childhood friends, the author of Green discovered firsthand how class issues color how we see the world.


7 Characters in Classics from Whose POV We’d Like to Hear

These classic novels have held our hearts with good reason – but for a change of pace, what about hearing the story from another character’s point of view?


The Case for Adapting the Unadaptable Novel to Film

Is every work of literature fair game – or is there truly such a thing as an unadaptable novel?


Franco Brothers to Co-star in Cult Film-to-Book-to-Film Adaptation

A movie based on a book about a movie is meta enough to attract the Franco Brothers, James and Dave, and more in our start-of-the-week roundup.


LeVar Burton Uses Kickstarter to Bring Back 'Reading Rainbow'

In our four links of the day, we get from LeVar Burton ... to Miss Havisham. See what we've got in between in today's roundup, too.