"WHEN DID I FALL IN LOVE WITH CHILTON: A CONFUSED AUTOBIOGRAPHY"

— WRITTEN BY ME
CO-WRITTEN BY BRYAN FULLER (via princething)

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alymormont:

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suicideblonde:

"But Toulouse’s suggestion that Audrey and I write the show together was not what Audrey wanted to hear."

this is a seldom talked about phase of Faramir’s life

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bansheegrahamtao:

did your evolutionary theory of social exclusion have any fun pop-ups i don’t think so

bansheegrahamtao:

did your evolutionary theory of social exclusion have any fun pop-ups i don’t think so

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trotfoxtrot:

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badnrad:

oh fuck yeah, I thought I hated this song

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duchashka:

Literature Meme: (1/4) Tropes
↳ The Madwoman in the Attic

This trope is named for the landmark work of feminist literary criticism by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar, referring to Mr. Rochester’s wife in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. The analysis indicates that this trope first popularly appeared in Victorian women’s literature. At once Jane’s foil and double, Bertha Mason represents Charlotte Brontë’s repressed anger. [x]

duchashka:

Literature Meme: (1/4) Tropes

↳ The Madwoman in the Attic

This trope is named for the landmark work of feminist literary criticism by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar, referring to Mr. Rochester’s wife in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. The analysis indicates that this trope first popularly appeared in Victorian women’s literature. At once Jane’s foil and double, Bertha Mason represents Charlotte Brontë’s repressed anger. [x]

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buttwyatt:

i didn’t do my homework but i did do this

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