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Charlotte Brontë and Louise Brooks, Connections and the Art of Writing

For film lovers, the name Louise Brooks commands a position of high esteem. The silent film actress was a breathtakingly talented woman who achieved impressive acclaim in dance and literature. Charlotte Brontë, a towering literary figure, created nothing less than art when she introduced Jane Eyre to the world. Here, we examine what these two…

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Legends of Dance, Ruth St. Denis, Martha Graham, Isadora Duncan, and Denishawn

When talking about the world’s greatest dancers, the names of Ruth St. Denis, Martha Graham, and Isadora Duncan come to mind. These women took the dance floor by storm and in the halls of memory, have performed some of the most exquisite dances the world has ever seen. Here’s what dance enthusiasts should know about…

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The Relation of “Lulu in Hollywood” to “Alice in Wonderland”

Anyone looking to delve into the thoughts of the legendary actress Louise Brooks can find some delightful insights into the similarities between Lulu in Hollywood, Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass. The big connection between the two is that Lulu’s Hollywood is a version of Alice’s Wonderland, seeing that all of the good…

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Parallels in Film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Blue Velvet, Lolita, Diary of a Lost Girl, and Pandora’s Box

For those of us who seek to explore the history of film looking for patterns, we have to go deep into cinematographic history. We must go all the way back to the silver screen and leave no stone unturned. We can discover some form of commonality between the five distinct films. As we shall discover,…