alice and emma

I 100 libri che dovresti aver letto secondo la BBC:
1-Orgoglio e Pregiudizio – Jane Austen
2-Il Signore degli Anelli – J.R.R. Tolkien
3-Il Profeta – Kahlil Gibran
4-Harry Potter – JK Rowling
5-Se questo è un uomo – Primo Levi
6-La Bibbia
7-Cime Tempestose – Emily Bronte
8- 1984 – George Orwell
9-I Promessi Sposi – Alessandro Manzoni
10-La Divina Commedia – Dante Alighieri
11-Piccole Donne – Louisa M Alcott
12-Lessico Familiare – Natalia Ginzburg
13- Comma 22 – Joseph Heller
14-L’opera completa di Shakespeare
15-Il Giardino dei Finzi Contini – Giorgio Bassani
16-Lo Hobbit – JRR Tolkien
17-Il Nome della Rosa – Umberto Eco
18-Il Gattopardo – Tommasi di Lampedusa
19-Il Processo – Franz Kafka
20-Le Affinità Elettive – Goethe
21-Via col Vento – Margaret Mitchell
22-Il Grande Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald
23-Bleak House – Charles Dickens
24-Guerra e Pace – Leo Tolstoy
25-Guida Galattica per Autostoppisti – Douglas Adams
26-Brideshead Revisited – Evelyn Waugh
27-Delitto e Castigo – Fyodor Dostoyevsky
28-Odissea – Omero
29-Alice nel Paese delle Meraviglie – Lewis Carroll
30-L’insostenibile leggerezza dell’essere – Milan Kundera
31-Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoj
32-David Copperfield – Charles Dickens
33-Le Cronache di Narnia – CS Lewis
34-Emma – Jane Austen
35-Cuore – Edmondo de Amicis
36-La Coscienza di Zeno – Italo Svevo
37-Il Cacciatore di Aquiloni – Khaled Hosseini
38-Il Mandolino del Capitano Corelli – Louis De Berniere
39-Memorie di una Geisha – Arthur Golden
40-Winnie the Pooh – AA Milne
41-La Fattoria degli Animali – George Orwell
42-Il Codice da Vinci – Dan Brown
43-Cento Anni di Solitudine – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
44-Il Barone Rampante – Italo Calvino
45-Gli Indifferenti – Alberto Moravia
46-Memorie di Adriano – Marguerite Yourcenar
47-I Malavoglia – Giovanni Verga
48-Il Fu Mattia Pascal – Luigi Pirandello
49-Il Signore delle Mosche – William Golding
59-Cristo si è fermato ad Eboli – Carlo Levi
51-Vita di Pi – Yann Martel
52-Il Vecchio e il Mare – Ernest Hemingway
53-Don Chisciotte della Mancia – Cervantes
54-I Dolori del Giovane Werther – J. W. Goethe
55-Le Avventure di Pinocchio – Collodi
56-L’ombra del vento – Carlos Ruiz Zafon
57-Siddharta – Hermann Hesse
58-Il mondo nuovo – Aldous Huxley
59-Lo strano caso del cane ucciso a mezzanotte – Mark Haddon
60-L’Amore ai Tempi del Colera – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
61-Uomini e topi – John Steinbeck
62-Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov
63-Il Commissario Maigret – George Simenon
64-Amabili resti – Alice Sebold
65-Il Conte di Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas
66-Sulla Strada – Jack Kerouac
67-La luna e i Falò – Cesare Pavese
68-Il Diario di Bridget Jones – Helen Fielding
69-I figli della mezzanotte – Salman Rushdie
70-Moby Dick – Herman Melville
71-Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens
72-Dracula – Bram Stoker
73-Tre Uomini in Barca – Jerome K. Jerome
74-Notes From A Small Island – Bill Bryson
75-Ulisse – James Joyce
76-I Buddenbroock – Thomas Mann
77-Il buio oltre la siepe – Harper Lee
78-Germinale – Emile Zola
79-La fiera delle vanità – William Makepeace Thackeray
80-Possession – AS Byatt
81-A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens
82-Il Ritratto di Dorian Gray – Oscar Wilde
83-Il Colore Viola – Alice Walker
84-Quel che resta del giorno – Kazuo Ishiguro
85-Madame Bovary – Gustave Flaubert
86-A Fine Balance – Rohinton Mistry
87-Charlotte’s Web – EB White
88-Il Rosso e il Nero – Stendhal
89-Le Avventure di Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
90-The Faraway Tree Collection – Enid Blyton
91-Cuore di tenebra – Joseph Conrad
92-Il Piccolo Principe– Antoine De Saint-Exupery
93-The Wasp Factory – Iain Banks
94-Niente di nuovo sul fronte occidentale – Remarque
95Un Uomo – Oriana Fallaci
96-Il Giovane Holden – Salinger
97-I Tre Moschettieri – Alexandre Dumas
98-Amleto– William Shakespeare
99-La fabbrica di cioccolato – Roald Dahl
100-I Miserabili – Victor Hugo
  • looks like a cinnamon roll but can actually kill you squad: LILY LUNA POTTER, Alice Longbottom II, Nina Krum, Albus Severus Potter, Lorcan Scamander
  • looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll squad: Victoire Weasley, James Sirius Potter, Emma Wood, Caleb Dursley, Molly II Weasley
  • looks like they could kill you and can actually kill you squad: Dominique Weasley, Rose Weasley, Roxanne Weasley, Katerina Krum, Ivy Dursley
  • looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll squad: Teddy Lupin, Lucy Weasley, Hugo Weasley, Fred II Weasley, Lysander Scamander, Frank Longbottom II, Peter Wood, Eva Krum
  • sinnamon roll: Louis Weasley, Scorpius Malfoy, Wendy Wood
All the Web Series

Hey everyone!

So my lovely sister suggested that I make a masterpost of all my favourite web series, so I started off by listing all the web series I’ve ever watched………and there are a lot. So many that I think I might have an eensy bit of a problem. But moving swiftly along, here’s my own not so little list of all the webseries I’ve watched all-the-way-through and want to ramble about in alphabetical order. As always, these are my own thoughts and opinions, and you are perfectly entitled to have different ones. Because this list is so long, I’m putting it under a read-more (cause otherwise this would seriously fill your entire dash) but above the read-more I’m gonna put a list of the web series I talk about so you can see if there’s something you want to check out :)

Adult Wednesday Addams

Autobiography of Jane Eyre

Blank Verse

Carmilla

Classic Alice

East and West

Elinor and Marianne Take Barton

Emma Approved

Frankenstein M.D.

From Mansfield With Love

Green Gables Fables

The Goreys

Hipsterhood

I Didn’t Write This

In Earnest

Jobhunters

Jules and Monty

Kissing in the Rain

The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

The Misselthwaite Archives

The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy

Nothing Much to Do

School of Thrones

Squaresville

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Welcome to Sanditon

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noe-gg replied to your post

“someone ask me abt the 10 things i hate about you…”

I have never seen that movie but I still wanna know haha

firstly, you should definitely watch the movie but…….

  • kady is the new girl at brakebills high and gets shown around by margo and eliot
  • she see julia and is like………. dead bc of how cute she is and wants to date her
  • eliot and margo are immediately like nooooooooooooooooooo you do not wanna do that, there’s no way you’ll get together
  • and kady’s like ???? why
  • they explain that julia was adopted by the coldwaters they have this rule that julia can’t date anyone until quentin, her older brother does but….
  • quentin is a super nerd who reads fillory and further all the time, wears frumpy clothes, and barely talks to anyone except for alice– who is equally strange– and sometimes julia
  • so it’s p safe to say there is no way he’s going to get a girlfriend or boyfriend anytime soon
  • except, kady really wants to be with julia after she gets to know her some more, so she pays eliot to go out with quentin so she can date julia
  • eliot accepts bc he loves a challenge and he wants money so he kind of forces q to be his partner for and english project and they bond there but end up going to a party and overtime they get closer
  • and oops eliot is kind of falling for quentin and endeared by all the lame stuff he does and this isn’t just for money or to prove a point anymore
  • but of course, like in the movie, it all blows up in his face once q finds out about eliot’s deal with kady
  • meanwhile, margo starts to have a thing for alice and starts to get to know her better and eventually asks her to prom
  • penny is kind of the ‘joey’ of the movie except he’s his normal asshole with a heart of gold self instead of a chauvinistic douchebag
  • he had a thing with q but it ended badly, and now he wants to get with julia (which is part of the reason q won’t try to date)
  • so it would mostly follow the plot of 10 things i hate about you but with some added things and tweaks here and there