True love knows no color…blind in every essence of the word…not reserved for any one group of people…
Sarah Waters’ “Fingersmith” is an award-winning novel that captured the hearts of many, be they interested in the captivating lesbian love affair or the dirty streets of Victorian England. It is undeniable that a part of what made the book so great was its skilled author’s use of imagery. This article explores this and can easily help aspiring authors to use some of the techniques as their own!
If you are a student studying this book then you will indeed find this helpful! Warning, though: it may contain spoilers, so don’t ruin a good twist!
Yes, the Old Soldier has the women at the University of Pittsburgh being naughty again.