Were you surprised by the murderer in “Troubled Blood”? A closer look at “The Faerie Queene” epigraphs reveals extra clues that lead you in the direction of the proper suspect…
In anticipation of the imminent release of “Troubled Blood”, Dr. Beatrice Groves predicts that the upcoming novel will include Cornish myths, occult presences, and a mysterious place known as the Doom Bar.
Dr. Beatrice Groves uncovers how “The Ickabog” alludes to not just the name “Ichabod” but also the themes, plot, and narration of Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.”
Dr. Beatrice Groves reveals the meaning behind the names of “The Ickabog” and explains how this newest fairy tale connects not only to the “Harry Potter” series and “Casual Vacancy” but also to such diverse artists as Shakespeare, Keats, and Monty Python.
J.K. Rowling has a wide knowledge of children’s books, many of which have influenced the “Harry Potter” series. How many of these classic stories have you read?
Hermione Granger certainly continues to be a feminist role model for “Harry Potter” fans Hogwarts-bound and further afield in “Cursed Child”! Most notably in that last name…
Coming up with a name as amazing as “Sirius Black” can’t be simple, still, Rowling was able to come up with an army of perfect names for each and everyone of her characters, all of them unique and with that touch of “potterness” that makes you immediately relate them with Rowling’s masterpiece.