Happy Hump Day, Cobblers!
How is it already the 28th? October has flown by and with our Gothic Literature Month. To celebrate our last gothic-themed wednesday, we are taking a look at
Dianne Diane Setterfield‘s “The Thirteenth Tale.” To buy a copy of this piece, check out Setterfield’s official site: “Diane Setterfield: The Thirteenth Tale.”
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Get to Know Setterfield. Check out an interview with Setterfield from The Guadian, featuring Oliver Burkeman: “A Tale With a Twist.”
Looking for a new author like Setterfield? Check out GNOD’s Literature Map to find authors that Setterfield-readers love: “Literature Map: Diane Setterfield.”
Feeling Inspired? If you’ve now decided that you need to read this work, Lit Lovers offers a reading guide, including discussion questions: “Thirteenth Tale (Setterfield).”
That’s end for our mid-week post, my friends. Check back tomorrow for “The Woman in White.”