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Day: January 31, 2017

Five Romantic Men From History (That Should Have A Miniseries)

16SHARESShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSubscribeShare on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on Google+LinkedinWhatsappDiggRedditStumbleuponXingMailYummly Although men have occupied a predominant place in history, there are still many romantic men that need a place in the spotlight. Separate from the amazing historical women list, I shifted the focus on this list to a more romantic hero angle. The figures on this list did many amazing things for love or were a bit lovelorn. In fact, these men are legendary for the size of their hearts. No doubt, a miniseries featuring their lives is well overdue. Enjoy the list, readers! RELATED Five Amazing Women from History (That Should Have A Miniseries) Five Romantic Men From...

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Classic Book Review – Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor

16SHARESShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSubscribeShare on PinterestShare on TumblrShare on Google+LinkedinWhatsappDiggRedditStumbleuponXingMailYummly Lorna Doone: A Romance of  Exmoor Review (1869) Written by Richard Doddridge Blackmore, Lorna Doone was published in 1869. Other authors of the 19th Century, including Thomas Hardy, loved the story and its characters. The general public loved it too. According to my copy, it has never been out of print, and I can see why. Told to us by the main male character, John Ridd, as he remembers it all,  Lorna Doone takes us through John’s life. He is a farmer, or a yeoman, so he first tells us about his education and his family. However, John’s town of Oare...

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