At the heart of Rooney’s novel is the message that people can change each other for the better.
This book does more harm than good in the negative stereotypes it perpetuates.
Mr. John Crumpet and Mrs. Victoria Crumpet were in the middle of breakfast on a dreary Saturday morning. Mrs. Crumpet was regaling her husband with delightful tales of social scandal, while Mr. Crumpet read the paper, tugging on his whiskers whenever he read something that vexed him, which was often. “And then she spilled wine … Continue reading Fiction: Crumpets at Breakfast