I would not ordinarily do this: I wouldn’t ordinarily attack a colleague in public over something that colleague said in a non-academic publication. Thankfully, David Gilmour isn’t actually a colleague of mine, despite what you might have read. Gilmour is emphatically not a “University of Toronto literature professor.” He is a novelist and a broadcaster; [...]
So I thought this would be funny, as an addendum to the discussion of the sexism of Sherlock. Add more below!
Steven Moffat adapts Jane Eyre:
“Reader, he married me.”
Steven Moffat adapts Pride and Prejudice:
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman in possession of a good fortune [...]
Apropos yesterday’s first episode of the second series of Sherlock, Steven Moffat’s reinvention of Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories for the twenty-first century (a show I love and admire in many ways) — an episode entitled “A Scandal in Belgravia” — I felt it might be worthwhile to look back at Moffat’s main source, Doyle’s “A [...]
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