Richard Armitage tangentially related

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  • I don’t know what I think of this, but I thought it was an interesting question: are TV shows too long?

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~ by Servetus on April 27, 2018.

10 Responses to “Richard Armitage tangentially related”

  1. Thanks for the link to the article about “Anne.” I have been a devoted lover of the whole series and I’ve read everything L.M. Montgomery has written. I’ve visited “Green Gables” and all of the special places of Lucy Maude’s life a few times, and they were very emotional experiences for me. It makes me realize the enormous power of books; how they shape our lives and form a backdrop to our childhoods. I will never tire of Anne Shirley, no matter how old I am. A few years back I read the journals of the author and her battle with depression was absolutely heartbreaking. Thank you so much for sharing this. On bad days I imagine myself on Prince Edward Island and it always gives me a sense of glorious peace.

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    • I think that series holds a special place in the hearts of a lot of readers. (I feel that way about Laura Ingalls Wilder.) Childhood stories ARE so important. I didn’t realize Montgomery was a depression sufferer.

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  2. Love these “RA-fandom-is-a-banquet” posts. Thanks, Serv. Hope you have a good weekend. My son Sam is in finals at Madison now – (Masters – library science). You are probably wrapping up your classes too. Get SOME R & R this weekend!

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  3. Thanks, the video from Max-Planck-Gesellschaft is really fascinating.

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  4. I love that video with Tom Hiddleston and all the Loki players! So much fun.

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