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Rowling particularly dislikes the British tabloid the Daily Mail, which has conducted interviews with her estranged ex-husband. As one journalist noted, "Harry's Uncle Vernon is a grotesque philistine of violent tendencies and remarkably little brain. It is not difficult to guess which newspaper Rowling gives him to read [in Goblet of Fire]." [231] In 2014, she successfully sued the Mail for libel over an article about her time as a single mother. [232] Some have speculated that Rowling's fraught relationship with the press was the inspiration behind the character Rita Skeeter, a gossipy celebrity journalist who first appears in Goblet of Fire, but Rowling said in 2000 that the character predates her rise to fame. [233] Popular Amenities


HBO As she was working as a reporter for Entertainment Weekly while she was writing Sharp Objects, Flynn wrote the book predominantly on nights and weekends, a few hours at a time. [2] While writing Sharp Objects, Flynn found that it was initially difficult to maintain the book's "moist", "gothic tone", as she "didn't want it to be EW bouncy." [3] Reception [ edit ]


Image: hbo Hands down, the darkest book that I've read since, um, I don't know. This may very well be the darkest book I've ever read. I mean, Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot scared the shit out of me, and I still have the occasional nightmare about my best friends turning into vampires and levitating outside the window of my fourth floor apt. window, but here's the thing: there are no vampires in Sharp Objects. Nothing supernatural. It's real. And really disturbing.


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0.4 Then again, maybe season two will shift the perspective to Eliza Scanlen's Amma Crellin after the finale revealed that it was her who killed the two girls in Wind Gap and had already killed again. She's also seen as the Woman in White in one of the post-credits scenes, and Flynn has previously spoken about doing a spin-off about the Woman in White.


– Washington Post At one point Ashley offhandedly tells Camille that her sister was pissed that John had moved into the carriage house, because that's where she and her "nasty friends" (including Amma) used to hang out.


The snake doesn't really talk for most of the conversation, It responds through body movements. Most pets and animals will respond to voices, granted this is incredibly sophisticated for a snake. Although this is Harry's first time at the zoo apart from possibly reading about Snakes in a textbook at school he would have no idea about their capabilities.


And everything started here. The main thing children and also grown-ups are fascinated by is the relationship of the magic world on the one hand and the ‘Muggle’ world on the other. This provides readers the possibility to leave reality and disappear into a world of fantasy without getting out of touch with reality. 45 The two worlds are connected with each other. For example the wizard shop in London ( Diagon Alley) where one can buy magic school supplies or you have to enter the Hogwarts-Express at the mysterious gate nine and three-quarters at the King`s Cross Station in London are proofs of the connection between the two worlds. Harry is living a double life because during the summer holidays he has to live with his cruel relatives in the ‘Muggle’ world and the rest of the year he spends at Hogwarts. 46


• YumCha! After four young recruits are assigned to Yossarian’s tent, Yossarian escapes to Rome with Hungry Joe. While there Yossarian helps Nately rescue a prostitute being held by some senior officers. Nately is in love with the woman, and she now returns his affections. Later Nurse Duckett tells Yossarian that she has overheard a plan to “disappear” Dunbar; after that, Yossarian cannot find Dunbar. The number of required missions is raised to 80, and both Dobbs and Nately are killed in combat. Yossarian begins walking backward and refuses to fly more missions. He is sent to Rome to rest. When he tells the prostitute about Nately’s death, she blames Yossarian and makes repeated attempts to kill him, even after he returns to Pianosa. However, when he learns that military police have emptied the brothel, he travels to Rome without permission. He is unable to find either the prostitute or her younger sister, and Rome has become shockingly barbarous. He goes to the officers’ apartment, where he finds that Aarfy has raped and killed a maid. The military police arrive and arrest Yossarian for being in Rome without a pass.


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vulture lists Yesterday at 1:40 p.m. Burke [Mae in the show]. Because, Amma suspected, I liked her better.


The series received positive reviews, with many praising its visuals, dark atmosphere, direction, and acting, particularly the performances of Adams, Clarkson, and Scanlen. Among its accolades, Clarkson won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film and Adams received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film. It also received eight nominations at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Limited Series and acting nominations for Adams and Clarkson. Deadwood: The Movie (HBO)


Episodes [ edit ] No. • Vulture gathered together all the words the camera lingered on last episode. This week, I spotted ‘SCARED’ turning into ‘SACRED’ on the car door, and WHATEVER on Natalie’s jumper, by the door, at the wake. It’s all a bit My Chemical Romance at times, isn’t it?


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There are three kinds of violence on display in Sharp Objects, manifested through three generations of the Crellin/Preaker family in Adora, Camille, and Amma. Adora’s kind of violence is quiet and domestic: “over-care, killing with kindness.” She dotes on her daughters as she tenderly feeds them anti-freeze and rat poison, infantilizing them until their dying breath. Camille’s violence is turned inwards: she makes herself bleed rather than harm anyone else. And then there’s Amma, who in the stunning final moments of "Milk" is revealed to be the actual murderer of Ann Nash and Natalie Keene. There’s nothing quiet or internal about Amma’s violence, which is openly vicious and animalistic. Amma’s kind of violence is an aberration, particularly in a town like Wind Gap, where nobody took seriously Camille’s idea that the girls’ murderer could be female. • parent


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"Insanity is contagious." Like so many other works of originally absurd or dystopian character, this classic catches up with reality faster than I can process. When I first shared Yossarian's frustration over the perfect catch, I did so in a quite abstract way, enjoying the intellectual game the novel kept me engaged in. Now I find myself frequently thinking of his pain as something I experience myself, every day, reading news and listening to the authorities that are in charge to rule the world "Insanity is contagious." • Classics


• Permalink: It hurts me that you don't trust me to do the best for you. • Rowling, J. K. (5 June 2008). "The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination". Harvard Magazine.


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I hoped I'd walk into the police station and be informed that Natalie Jane was already found. No harm done. Seems she'd gotten lost or twisted an ankle in the woods or ran away and then thought better of it. I would get in my car and drive back to Chicago and speak to no one. • Large shoulder bags/purses - only bags that can be carried by hand will be permitted


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That was all of our choice. The only Jean-Marc part was the trippy Led Zeppelin cut. Books are just very different from film, and I had to respect how that was going to feel. There was a lot of discussion in the writers’ room about how much time we were going to have after Amma comes home with her, that there was going to be that extra twist. We wanted to preserve that moment but give enough time so that it does feel like the rug is being pulled out from under you. You want to give enough time where Amma and Camille are being like sisters so that it is that moment of incredible shock. We went around a lot about what was the correct amount of time to have the proper amount of gut-punching! Which I say with an evil laugh! • - photoshopbattles


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• Humanities - Quizzes The publisher anticipated that boys may not want to read books written by a woman, so it suggested she pick a pen name with two initials. The "J" stands for Joanne, her real name. She has no middle name, so she picked "K" for "Kathleen," which was the name of her paternal grandmother.


Children seem to be dedicated to violence. An example therefore is The Pokemon hysteria, a few month ago. The whole sense of this game is training little monsters to kill others. But this cruel kind of education is not good for the children´s mind. J. K. Rowling underlines in her books a lot of basic values like friendship, responsibility, honesty, loyality and trust. 42 She also reminds the readers of traditional values. Harry defeated Lord Voldemort with love, he was able to overcome him because he and his friends put all their cleverness together and therefore were stronger. In our society there is mostly no chance to experience this kind of solidarity. 36 Ibid.


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For all its fixation on words, though, Sharp Objects makes a point of not blatantly announcing the identity of Ann and Natalie’s murderer. On first viewing, some may not even fully grasp what the last few moments mean, especially those who haven’t read the Gillian Flynn novel that inspired the series. To appreciate their detail-oriented brilliance, you need to go back and look at them more closely, and probably more than once. By Jess Joho 2018-08-27 15:19:49 UTC


• 5 Driving way too fast in the middle of the night, Camille hallucinates seeing a ghostly young woman standing on the road. (Is it Marian? Alice? The woman in white?) The road sign to her right, which usually reads “St. Louis,” briefly becomes “SPITEFUL.”


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• ^ Rowling, J.K. (26 November 2006). The first It Girl Archived 11 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine. The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 20 October 2007. Luckily for the insatiably curious, the original source material offers very clear-cut answers to everything that jaw-dropping finale left out.


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