and jane eyre

the-lonely-night-creature  asked:

Ironwidow. Of period drama if you can...

Since I already make something with Pride and Prejudice, I thought this time I’ll use another classic drama - Jane Eyre. Well, I hope you’ll like it.

Natasha: What is it? Tony Stark with nothing to say?
Tony: Everything seems unreal.
Natasha: I am real enough.
Tony: You are the most phantom-like of all.

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I was tagged by @kandidlyrandom. Thank you!

Relationship Status: Hopelessly single. All realistic expectations of men have been ruined by a certain someone…

Lipstick or Chapstick: I hardly ever wear lipstick, but wear chapstick all the time. Gotta keep those lips moisturized!

Last Song I Listened To: Runnin’ Down a Dream by Tom Petty

Top 3 Shows: Once Upon a Time, The Walking Dead and Ripper Street

Top 3 Characters: Hook from OUAT, Daryl Dixon and Det. Emmett Fields.

Top 3 Ships: Hook/Emma, Buffy/ Spike and Jane Eyre/Edward Rochester

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anonymous asked:

(asking this because I kinda see you as a member of the Whouffaldi Round Table - and I should have asked this BEFORE going to the bookstore but I'm a lazy procrastinator and forgot to do it) - but can you think of any books with a "twelve/clara" sort of vibe? I just finished reading Jane Eyre (again, and I ran out of fanfiction too) and I was wondering if maybe you or other people around the fandom knew about another books that also hit this close to home? - Cheers, happy 2017!

We’re knights of the round table, we dance whenev’ we’re able…

Uhhh, books! I’m really a bad human being and am not very read-up on my reading materials. While I stubbornly stick to the notion that Jane Eyre makes for a better novel-sourcing material than Pride & Prejudice, I have not actually read P&P (it’s on the list), so I can’t really confirm that.

A book I started reading because I was told there was that sort of vibe going on - and also that it’s just a good book - is Deathless by Catherynne M. Valente. From what I’ve read I can say there is that tone, though I’d also give it a Google to see if it’s something you’d be interested in.

Anybody more scholarly than me is more than welcome to answer this question as well.


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Name: Daisy
Nickname: Ummm I only have ones that my coworkers call me which include: Ginny Michael Andrews and Theodore 😹
Gender: Female
Star sign: Pisces
Height: 5'2"
Sexual orientation: Straight
Hogwarts house: Ravenclaw
Favorite color: Green, gray, yellow
Favorite animal: Lion
Average hours of sleep: 7-8
Time right now: 10:13pm
Cat or dog: Cat
Favorite fictional character: Jane Eyre 💯
Number of blankets I sleep with: Currently two
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Dream trip: Germany and England
Dream job: Okay honestly I think it’d be fun to be a governess 😹 I love Jane Eyre so much 😹
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Vacant Cinema: Jane Eyre (2011) dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga

I wish a woman could have action in her life, like a man. It agitates me to pain that the skyline over there is ever our limit. I long sometimes for a power of vision that would overpass it, if I could behold all I imagine. I’ve never seen a city. I’ve never spoken with men. And I fear my whole life will pass.


Jane Eyre Moodboard - “I remembered that the real world was wide, and that a varied field of hopes and fears, of sensations and excitements, awaited those who had the courage to go forth into its expanse, to seek real knowledge of life amid its perils.”