that’s a good one! I should probably re-familiarise myself with all things Addams before I profile her though. As you can probably see, this blog has been a bit stagnant as of late due to school and blah, but rest assured I will post something tonight!
“A strange melancholy pervades me to which I hesitate to give the grave and beautiful name of sadness.”
- Cécile, Bonjour Tristesse
One of my favourite books - Françoise Sagan was a mere eighteen years old when it was published. In fact, this novella was the main reason I deluded myself into thinking I could get published in high school.
Sincerest apologies for the lacking posts of late, the school term has just begun - and so has my descent into hell.
she-likes-cloth asked: You're the 250th blog I've followed! I love the concept of your blog and I can't wait to see what you have in store. For a suggestion, I would have to say The Dude from The Big Lebowski.
thanks, The Big Lebowski would actually be a really good one, I shall pop that onto my list!
sputnikmutt asked: I love your concept and I'm so looking forward to your next postings. My suggestion: the spunky, kooky, and ultimately tragic Sumire in Haruki Murakami's Sputnik Sweetheart. Her plot line runs somewhat parallel to the literary heroines you have posted so far (Esther, Amelie, Margot...) Another suggestion is Jane Eyre. I love Jane Eyre so. fucking. much. :)
thank you :) Coincidentally, I already have some Murakami characters lined up, and Jane Eyre is definitely on the list to profile!
“Piece by piece, I fed my wardrobe to the night wind, and flutteringly, like a loved one’s ashes, the grey scraps were ferried off, to settle here, there, exactly where I would never know, in the dark heart of New York.”
Any suggestions of characters are welcome, but I ask they be of a somewhat sound literary or film background (i.e. actual character depth). I will endeavor to possibly make some male profiles, but I’m just more inclined towards the female aesthetic.