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Helen Rappaport
Writer, historian, TV talking head. Lover of all things Victorian, Gothic and late Imperial Russian. Massive fan of Scandinavian TV drama.
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Helen Rappaport 2h
Oh oh so exciting, just seen first pass on plates section for Caught in the Revolution. Some nice new and lesser known images.
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Helen Rappaport 2h
Well that is interesting casting and a great chance for MP to play against type
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This is going to be very interesting!
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Bibliophilia 16h
Good Housekeeping magazine: "Reading is more important than keeping house." (1915).
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♀ womens art May 29
Butterfly (1904) by Phoebe Anna Traquair
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amhistorymuseum 18h
Tintype portrait of a Union artilleryman. It has been tinted gold and pink in places.
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Ephemeral Elegance 14h
Hope everyone had a wonderful long weekend and spent some time at the beach like this family!
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Helen Rappaport 17h
Absolutely joyful and life affirming . Loved every minute of
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Chris 18h
is such a lark that it's easy to forget it's basically A Midsummer Night's Rohypnol
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Helen Rappaport 18h
Wonderful mercurial and inventive version that makes Shakespeare accessible to a younger generation
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Helen Rappaport 18h
And now goes little red riding hood.
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Helen Rappaport 19h
I thought I tuned in for Nights Dream but so far more like Harry Potter
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Tracy Chevalier May 30
Less than 2 weeks to catch this and other Brontë inspired quilts at the Bankfield Museum (work by Annie Lancaster)
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Emma Kennedy May 30
Middle aged men losing their shit because a TV show is a little bit different. Calm down, dears.
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Helen Rappaport May 30
I Love Krakow - enjoy!!
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Helen Rappaport May 30
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Helen Rappaport May 30
Shall now check him out. Thanks.
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Helen Rappaport May 30
Dear fans I stand corrected. Haven't seen his original TV Wallander but clearly he was as good as our Ken.
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Helen Rappaport May 29
Only Ken Branagh could make such a difficult character so believable. So much skill in doing so little and with such subtlety
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Helen Rappaport May 29
Ah - rain, mist, Scandigloom- that's more like it
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