gaila calling nyota ‘leaflet’ is the cutest fucking thing iv evr heard
au where emma woodhouse & caroline bingley are best fucking ~~frenemies~~
this book im reading 4 class is rly weird but it takes place during the civil war and they keep saying stuff like ‘the secesh’ 4 secession and ‘the sec.’ 4 secretary n im like ok this was writtenne in 1872 if u think linguistice shortnngs r a modern thing u r WRONG u r incredibly WRONG
i like the way the ppl talk s/times tho in this book like it’s gr8 this mom n son (the mom suxx n the son is…kinda cool i guese? most of the chars in the book suck a LOT so i guess in comparison hes like…okay, he’s p bland) r arguing n it’s like
"This is too insolent, and I will not listen to it," said Mrs. Norval, rising, though scarcely able to stand up, trembling with rage.[…] "Anything else you would like to call me, besides a thief?"
"Oh, mother, this is too painful!"
I just came across in this frustrating book ‘who would have thought it?’ (it’s 4 a class) maybe the most amazing phrase ive evr seen
Look out! Remember the fate of Pliny for going too near Vesuvius. Don’t go to sleep within reach of an eruption. […]I tell you, whilst she is in that Clytemnestra mood you describe, make haste to feather our nests; you have no time to lose.
god ‘a wolf at the door’ was 1 of my fav fairytale retelling collections as a child ok consider this a book review
I just wanna read some good old-fashioned dean/seamus abt them like realizing their love and stuff but it’s all so bad and awful and ooc
it’s so hard 2 tell when old-timey writers r trying 2 write abt/hint @ the bent folk of the world, like, it kinda sounds like ur talking abt homosexuality but then again u cd also b talking abt literally anything else