Fury from the Deep was the sixth and penultimate serial of season 5 of Doctor Who. It was the last regular appearance of Deborah Watling as Victoria Waterfield and concluded her overarching story arc by ostensibly giving her foster parents to replace the father she had lost in her introductory story, The Evil of the Daleks. It also saw the first appearance of the Doctor's sonic screwdriver. Apart from several short clips, all six episodes are currently missing from the BBC Archives. Announced at The Animations panel at London Comic Con , a DVD , Blu-ray and Steelbook was released on 14 September , featuring all six episodes reconstructed in animated format in both black-and-white and in colour.
Multiple Interpretation of Home in "Kindred" by Octavia Butler
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Essay on Kindred, by Octavia Butler
Her present image floats into the mind— Did Quattrocento finger fashion it Hollow of cheek as though it drank the wind And took a mess of shadows for its meat? And I though never of Ledaean kind Had pretty plumage once—enough of that, Better to smile on all that smile, and show There is a comfortable kind of old scarecrow. What youthful mother, a shape upon her lap Honey of generation had betrayed, And that must sleep, shriek, struggle to escape As recollection or the drug decide, Would think her son, did she but see that shape With sixty or more winters on its head, A compensation for the pang of his birth, Or the uncertainty of his setting forth?
From acclaimed works of fiction and poetry to unforgettable memoirs and eye-opening non-fiction, these are our readers' favourite books to mark International Women's Day. Left out of the literary canon for so long that even masters like George Eliot and Jane Austen were forced to adopt male pseudonyms or obscure their names, the last few centuries have finally made the necessary space for women authors to write — and then re-write — a new one. As International Women's Day approaches, we asked our readers to tell us about wonderful books by women they love reading, discussing and recommending to others.