Collins, Wilkie, Food/Drink, Quotes, The Moonstone, Writers

QUOTE: How to choose a wife – Wilkie Collins

Wilkie Collins (1824 – 1889) was an English novelist, playwright, and short story writer. He is best known for two books - The Woman in White (1859) and The Moonstone (1868). I recommend them both. Followed by No Name (1862) and Armadale (1866), if you have the appetite. Talking of appetite, that is the topic… Continue reading QUOTE: How to choose a wife – Wilkie Collins

Collins, Wilkie, Food/Drink, Quotes, The Moonstone, The Woman in White, Writers

QUOTE: The importance of breakfast/tea

I am currently reading The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins. A writer of thumping good reads. I don't expect Great Literature from him, but I do expect to thoroughly enjoy myself between the pages. I also expect many references to food, drink and meals, like the one above. And here is a quote from The Woman… Continue reading QUOTE: The importance of breakfast/tea

Painting The Somnambulist by Millais was sold
Art, Art movements, Books & art, Collins, Wilkie, Paintings, Pre-Raphaelites, The Woman in White, Writers

Where is Anne Catherick?!

Where is Anne Catherick?! Or to be more accurate where is this painting? In a Tumblr post on Wilkie Collins' sensational novel The Woman in White, I used the Pre-Raphaelite painting for illustration. The Somnambulist by John Everett Millais. It is thought by some that Millais was inspired by the book. It left me wanting… Continue reading Where is Anne Catherick?!