a hannibal spin off about jimmy price and his twin called “two for the price of one”
Oh, cool! Thanks!
literally the most important show you’ll ever watch
There are no Jack Kerouacs or Holden Caulfields for girls. Literary girls don’t take road-trips to find themselves; they take trips to find men.
"Great" books, as defined by the Western canon, didn’t contain female protagonists I could admire. In fact, they barely contained female protagonists at all.
Wow, yeah…I can’t think of any off the top of my head. I can think of a number of fantasy novels but nothing from the canon of LITERATURE…I guess there’s scout from To Kill A Mockingbird, and even then it’s her processing hardcore life lessons as an observer, more than developing herself, because you know, she’s a child and whatnot, not quite at the teenage and beyond “identity search” stage.
Oh, and there’s Sula and Nel from Sula but that’s newer???? And that might get shoved out of the CANON OF LITERATURE because of racism??? Also, it doesn’t really included protagonists coming to terms with identity/the world in a non-tragic way…
So, yeah, I think this might explain the wide appeal of fantasy novels to girls/women (besides you know the general appeal of DRAGONS AND SWORDS ARE AWESOME), it that there are multiple fantasy series written in which women get to just be protagonists and go adventuring. Love stories may be in there, but even if they are, they’re generally a subplot, with the first being WORLD SAVING and whatnot.
Can Bob’s burgers and pokemon just be a thing?
Music of Hannibal masterpostA compilation of all the pieces used in NBC's Hannibal.
Pieces as they appear in chronological order in the show.
Updated weekly after the episode airs.
feel free to delete the following if you want, but leave a link to the complete tracklisting
- The Rite of Spring, “Introduction” - Igor Stravinsky
- Nocturne Op. 32 No. 1 - Frédéric Chopin
- Nocturne Op. 9 No. 2 - Frédéric Chopin
- Piangero la sorte mia (Giulio Cesare in Egitto) - G. F. Handel
- Prelude Op. 28, No 13 - Frédéric Chopin
- Le Veau d’Or (Faust) - Charles Gounod
- Lacrimosa (Requiem March in D minor) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Patria oppressa (Macbeth) - Gisueppe Verdi
- Largo (“Winter” - Four Seasons) - Antonio Vivaldi
- Minuet in G major, BWV 114 - J. S. Bach, later attributed to Christian Petzold
- Intermezzo (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) - Felix Mendelssohn
- Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 “Aria” - J. S. Bach
- O Euchari - Hildegard von Bingen
- Sonata for Piano in C minor Op. 13 No. 8 “Pathétique” Adagio cantabile - Ludwig van Beethoven
- Piano Trio in D major, Op. 70, No. 1, “Ghost Trio” II. Largo assai ed espressivo - Ludwig van Beethoven