Literary Inspiration in The 1930s

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The 1930s was an era marked with economic downturn, war, and poverty. Despite the sadness and losses brought about by such conditions, a generation of creative writers was inspired who wrote timeless literary classics. Interestingly enough, the romance novel was a genre that gained enormous popularity, perhaps due to it being an escape from the harsh realities of every day life.

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Literary Inspiration in The 1930s

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The 1930s was an era marked with economic downturn, war, and poverty. Despite the sadness and losses brought about by such conditions, a generation of creative writers was inspired who wrote timeless literary classics. Interestingly enough, the romance novel was a genre that gained enormous popularity, perhaps due to it being an escape from the harsh realities of every day life.

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The Timeless Appeal of Period Films

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Having worked on many of Sullivan’s period productions including Wind at my Back, Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story, Butterbox Babies and Under the Piano to name just a few, I have always been fascinated with their appeal. Personally, I must confess that I am a ‘Sci-Fi’ guy and have always liked futuristic films like Star Wars and Star Trek but I have definitely developed a love for period films as well.

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Kathy Greenwood – A Funny Lady

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Kathryn brought a lot of her comedic styling to the character of Grace in Wind at my Back. As the series developed, her character was prominently featured as the writers enjoyed testing her limits and loved her comic delivery. Kathryn was able to feature her comic side in many other of the projects she has been involved in, including: Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The Drew Carey Show and the Kids in the Hall.

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