Ms Sparling delivers shameful (solitary) belly-laughs yet again! 😉
Following on in the same vein of popular posts such as “I Hate Women’s Fiction And I’ll Tell You Why” and “Adventures In Book Genre Stereotyping“, we here at Bookology HQ are now inordinately pleased to bring you:
10 Classic Novels
(Described By Their Publishers, As Though They Were By Female Authors)
1. Heart Of Darkness by Josephine Conrad
Two men face off in the African jungle in this world-famous tale of what happens when men are parted too long from the women in their lives.
2. Great Expectations by Charlotte Dickens
She wore the most beautiful dress in all of England. But Miss Havisham’s wedding gown became a prison from which only the next generation could set her free. Would her disappointment ruin love’s young dream? And would there ever be another bride in Satis House?
3. Tess Of The d’Urbervilles by Thomasina Hardy
In a small village in the English heartland, renowned beauty Tess…
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