“To Walk Invisible”: A Evocative Insight on Emily Brontë

On 30 of July, it was Emily Brontë’s 202 birthday. Born in 1818, Emily has been often portrayed as the most savage and wild sister from the Brontë family. But no one can neglect that she produced one of the most beautifully written artworks ever, not only evidenced in her only known novel Wuthering Heights…

Masculinity in “The Mandalorian”: Analyzing Din Djarin (Mando)

I know I talk mostly about literature, because I have studied literature, being one of my favourite topics the gothic, fantasy, ecological studies and also feminist. But I love Star Wars too. Star wars came in my life before anything else, I cannot clearly remember when. It would be very weird not to have grown…