Memoirs of a Geisha
By Arthur Golden
Memoirs of a Geisha is a beautifully written book, with intricate detail that shows that Arthur Golden has done his research. However, the story is shadowed with sexism and ultimately becomes a “fairy-tale” written by a man. Continue reading “Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden”
For Part 1, check out my previous post focusing on Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
To recap, these are my adaptations of choice–there are dozens of others, but I found these to be the most worth watching. If you think something else should have been on this list, feel free to comment below! Continue reading “The Definitive Jane Austen Movie Adaptation Chart – Part 2”
I admit, I AM one of those people who unashamedly declares Jane Austen as her favorite author. I know it’s cliche, but there is a REASON so many people are such die-hard fans. Austen produced some of the most profound, satirical social commentary of her day, and her understanding of human nature allows readers/viewers to resonate with her works 200 years later. Continue reading “A Definitive Jane Austen Movie Adaptation Chart – Part 1”