Wilde's description is heart-wrenching, but that doesn't hold him back from the usual wit and drama that characterize his writing.
What was that book's deal, anyway?
Charlotte Brontë, a woman whose life was steeped in stifled near-romance, refused to write love as ruly, predictable, or safe.
H.G. Wells's famous science fiction novel imagines what would happen if Martians did to Great Britain what Europeans did to Tasmania.