“The Characters in Costume Blogfest” Day 3 Recap

30 Oct

Wow, it’s been so much fun (and so informative and thought-provoking) to read everyone’s work. Thanks so much for sharing! And thank you, Andrea, for co-hosting with me!

Tomorrow, we are going to post a master list of all the weekend’s posts, so if you get your post off late, that’s totally fine; we’ll just add your post to the top of the list.

wp-image-431781195jpgPrince of Hollywood writes of Cinema’s First Swashbuckling Hero

79d83519167b5f3e004a99d9436aaa7fLittle Bits of Classics looks at The Costume of the Little Tramp – A Moment of Inspiration or a Huge Theft?

Literature and Lamp Posts discuses Grendal from Beowulf

de8dd3c8ba266155f4ff9eec25e3b7f9The Wonderful World of Cinema talks about Irene Sharaff’s Costumes for The King and I 

grace-kelly-edith-head1The Flapper Dame writes about Grace Kelly and Edith Head

file5271263166456Into the Writer Lea looks at Describing a Memorable Character: Miss Havisham 


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7 responses to ““The Characters in Costume Blogfest” Day 3 Recap

  1. Le

    October 30, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    Hi, Christina!
    There is no excuse: I simply forgot about the blogathon. But there is no problem too: my piece is half-written and I’ll be able to publish it later, maybe tomorrow night. Is it OK for you?

    Liked by 1 person

    • christinawehner

      October 30, 2016 at 7:27 pm

      That works perfectly! There will actually be several posted tomorrow. 🙂 We are going to put up a list of all the posts tomorrow.


  2. stephencwinter

    November 1, 2016 at 3:35 am

    What a rich feast! Thank you.

    Liked by 1 person


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