CHARLESTON FARMHOUSE

Following a sombre visit to the home of Virginia Woolf, I continued on with my literary pilgrimage to a magical creative sanctuary that ironically bears my name, Charleston, the eclectic and artistic

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CLASSICAL VIENNA

Vienna. A city that truly captures your heart. Beautiful and elegant architecture, grand palaces, horse drawn carriages, parks bursting with cherry blossoms, spectacular museums, apple strudel

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LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP

A perfect wintery Sunday afternoon film, Love and Friendship is a comical adaptation of the novella, Lady Susan. In all honesty, I have never read the novella, but loved that this film showcased Jane

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MR HOLMES

I became acquainted with eccentric consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, when I enrolled in a Victorian Literary Culture class at university, and just a couple of years later, I have now read

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THE DRESSMAKER

Ripponlea House and Gardens in Elsternwick are one of Melbourne’s best kept secrets and a place that is very dear to my heart. A grand estate built in 1868 during Victoria’s gold rush as a luxury family

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Wuthering Heights has been dividing audiences for nearly two centuries. You will be either consumed utterly upon first reading, or hate this book with the fire of a thousand suns. There is no middle ground.

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SUFFRAGETTE

Suffragette follows the personal journey of a young wife, mother and laundress, Maud Watts, and her unplanned involvement with the women’s suffrage movement in 1912. Although the film is

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