‘Emma’ takes a novel viewpoint on a timeless story
What sets the 2020 adaptation of “Emma” (“Emma.” with a period at the end) apart from the others is the changes it allows itself. While “Emma.” is not an unfaithful adaptation, it does take calculated liberties.
‘Code Name Verity’ is a cunning read for quarantine
There are many historical fictions about World War II out there, but what makes “Code Name Verity” such a treat is the puzzle that is Wein’s writing.
COVID-19 inspires content renaissance on UR student meme pages
This meme renaissance, which took shape in hundreds of student-created images, is still ongoing, as new posts are being churned out every day.
College Feminists presents a range of stories at ‘Me Too Monologues’
Some stories were vivid, allowing the audience to be immersed in the experience. As an audience member, you could feel their pain when the performers paused, as if to wince at difficult memories.
Visiting author Valeria Luiselli reads stories from the border in newest novel
“It’s a book with immigration, but not a book about immigration,” Luiselli said. “I’m not interested in writing a story that’s relatable.”
CT Recommends: ‘Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground’
His gravelly moans and vibrated hums conveys a sorrow so gut-wrenching, it’s all too clear he carried an unimaginable burden in his heart.
Not Vanilla: The quaint lesson of ‘Stardew Valley’
It’s a place where the complications of life are absent, where you can quietly and productively live the life of a (fictional) farmer.
King Krule’s ‘Man Alive!’ is a paranoid, genre-bending opus
His signature blend of punk, jazz and electronic sounds put him in a lane of his own, and his newest album “Man Alive!” is yet another reminder of this fact.