Contextualizing the Classics: The Borrowers and Front Desk

Bookishly Bright started as Contextualizing the Classics in fall 2017 as a final project for a course at Kansas State University on Louise Erdrich and Sherman Alexie. The first posts on this blog paired a classic with a contemporary text in order to explore the connections that existed between them and to bridge the gap … Continue reading Contextualizing the Classics: The Borrowers and Front Desk

Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott

It's not a big secret that I'm a pretty big fan of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. I've published poetry written in response to some of her works, reviewed a spinoff young adult novel, and visited her home of Orchard House multiple times. So when I saw, Jo: An adaptation of Little Women (sort of) … Continue reading Drawing Little Women: Graphic Novel Adaptations of Alcott