Guess the Period Drama From Its Scenery | My First Game
I've seen quite a few games like this on other blogs, and I enjoy them so I thought I would try one myself. I'm sure you all know how to play, but just in case, here are the rules: Look at the pictures, comment the name of the period drama with the corresponding number, and try to answer them all correctly. There will be no pictures of the actors and actresses in this game, in order to make it a little harder. Let's see how well you know the scenery of these beautiful period dramas! :-)
I'll be posting the answers sometime next week. I hope you enjoyed!
Fanny Price, the shy, quiet heroine of Mansfield Park, had a younger sister who is often overlooked. True, that's quite easy to do as Susan is not featured much in the story. After all, she lives in Portsmouth which is about 100 miles from Mansfield Park where Fanny lives. Today, however, I'd like to talk about her and her situation and give her some sympathy and appreciation.
From a young age, Susan is Fanny's closest friend and confidant. The two are very dear to each other, so it isn't hard to imagine how Susan must have felt when Fanny was sent away to live with their mother's sister and her family. Poor Susan's fortunes were not yet to be so improved as her sister's. (No, Fanny was not treated very well even in a better place, but she's not the focus here.)
The Price home in Portsmouth--if it can even properly be called a 'home'--is dirty and run-down. In short, it is a very unfortunate place for a sweet girl like Sus…
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Once we children actually do grow up and are on the brink of adulthood...well, that question becomes increasingly more difficult to answer.
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At last. It is time for me to fill out the tag for Hamlette's Tolkien Week. (No, I don't care that it's a little out-of-character for my period drama blog.) I have thoroughly enjoyed playing her games and reading her posts for the week so far, and, as I am rather late in participating, I had better get to it:
1. How long have you been a Tolkien fan?
It's hard say. I suppose it came on so gradually that I was in the middle before I knew I had begun;-) I first saw the movies when I was about 7-8 and liked them, but then re-watching them a while later was what really helped me to realize how good they were. So I absolutely love them. (Particularly the superior Extended Editions.) I will just admit that I have yet to read the books. Yikes! I know! But they are on my to-read list for this fall.
2. Has your love of Middle-earth affected your life?
If those effects can include quoting the movies, constantly singing the songs and listening to the score, …