By Unpopular Demand: a Review of Alfred Jodocus Kwak (1989)

Here it is: your hip, new, anime review. And yes, while Alfred Jodocus Kwak isn’t all that hip or new, it does technically qualify as an anime. There’s your little tidbit for the day. This, among other facts, is part of the interesting history behind this show (which I will abbreviate to AJK for convenience’s … More By Unpopular Demand: a Review of Alfred Jodocus Kwak (1989)

Behind the Classic 3: Marital Intimacy and Women’s Rights in Jude the Obscure

This instalment of the Behind the Classic series looks at the women’s rights movement of the nineteenth century that forms the political backdrop of Thomas Hardy’s Jude the Obscure. More specifically, it will discuss the issue of sex – or, to speak in more appropriate, Victorian terms – “conjugal rights” and a woman’s right to … More Behind the Classic 3: Marital Intimacy and Women’s Rights in Jude the Obscure