A small selection of women writers from across the centuries. Features:
L.M. Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables)
Virginia Woolf (To the Lighthouse, Mrs. Dalloway)
Maya Angelou (I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings)
Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility)
Mary Shelley (Frankenstein)
Murasaki Shikibu (The Tale of Genji)
Agatha Christie (Miss Marple, Poirot)
Sappho (lyric poetry)
If I were to open a restaurant, there would not be a single dish that wasn’t pun related. This is my burger menu:
Sir Lanshallot // Sir Lancelot.
Olive-r Twist // Oliver Twist.
Fried and Prejudice // Pride and Prejudice.
A Beet-Car Named Desire // A Streetcar Named Desire.
Sweet Dreams are Made of Cheese // Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).
Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah, Stayin’ A-Chive // Stayin’ Alive.
License to Kale // License to kill.
Ham-let // Hamlet.
War and Peas // War and Peace.
The Corn Supremacy // The Bourne Supremacy.
New Yolk City // New York City.
Avocadon’t Worry, Be Happy // Don’t worry, be happy.
A small selection of badass lady scientists from across the centuries.
Row 1: Rosalind Franklin (Biophysics), Marie Curie (Chemistry, Physics), Chien-Shiung Wu (Physics)
Row 2: Emilie du Chatelet (Mathematics, Physics), Mae Jemison (Medicine, Astronaut!), Vera Rubin (Astronomy)
Row 3: Ada Lovelace (Computing, Mathematics), Maria Sibylla Merian (Natural History, Entomology), and Lise Meitner (Physics).
marie curie, chien-shiung-wu, emilie-du-chatelet, mae-jemison, vera-rubin