Hello y’all. I’m back since, as my friend Hope so ably put it, “I’m on” for an alphabetical post/list thingamajig. Fortunately I feel like spouting today (a term which means I feel like talking for a long durations of time). And there is nothing as comforting as a list. 🙂
A- Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes. Algernon, a hilarious and relatable character from The Importance of being Ernest. Agatha Christie, mystery writer.
B- The Badger from Wind in the Willows. Brian de Bois-Guillbert from Ivanhoe. The Book Thief, a tale that badly needs a sharpie marker and box of tissues. Brian Jaques, author of the Redwall series.
C- C.S. Lewis, Chronicles of Narnia, Caspian from said series, Camelot, Canterbury Tales.
D- Diana from Anne of Green Gables. Dumas, Alexander and Charles Dickens; both wonderful authors.
E- Eustace and Edmund from CoN. Edgar Allen Poe. Ender’s Game, a book that is good once it has been highly edited.
F- Farmer Maggot and Faramir from LOTR. Friar Tuck from Robin Hood. And Finch, Atticus Finch. *adoring sigh* One of the best male characters in literature EVER.
G- Gilbert from Anne of Green Gables. G.A. Henty, an author who writes some pretty good tales (that is if you like page long descriptions of military battles). Garnie from Ballet Shoes. G.K. Chesterton, a magnificent author.
H- The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Holmes, Sherlock.
I- Into the West, a song that comes at the end of the Return of the King movie. Does that count?!
J- Jules Verne, author of 20,000 Leages Under the Sea. Jo from Little Women. Jane Austen.
K- *sweats profusely* King Henry V, the name of a Shakespeare play and a character.
L- Laurie from Little Women.
M- Macbeth, a play and a character from Shakespeare. Meg from Little Women. Middle Earth from Tolkien’s LOTR. Mossflower my favorite Redwall book by Brian Jacques. 🙂 Mark Twain.
N- Nesbit, Edith. Author of such tales as The Five Children and It.
O- Oscar Wilde. Old Yeller, *sniff*.
P- Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse. Pride and Prejudice. Pinocchio. Sir Percy, gentleman and poet at large.
Q- Quasimodo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Thank you Victor Hugo!!
R- Robin Hood. Robert Louis Stevenson. Rudyard Kipling.
S- Shakespeare. The Swiss Family Robinson. Samwise Gamgee. The Scarelet Pimpernel.
T- Tea and Tolkien.
U- Uncle Henry from A Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
V- Victor Hugo.
W- The Wind in the Willows.
X- Hehe. Um, no.
Z- Zorro. Has anybody read this? Because I want to.
You’re next my dear Sarah!