Brit Lit

Brit Lit

(ˈbrɪtˌlɪt) or

Britlit

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) British literature, esp current fashionable writing
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Screenwriter Andrew Davies, a tireless exhumer of 19th century Brit Lit, opines that Dickens didn't believe in "using money to make money.
The fashion is for reality, and no brand is more proven than the British royal family, closely followed by Jane Austen and the other queens of Brit lit.
Hathaway joins a long line of American actresses who have played Brit Lit girls.
This one is a mix-and-match morality play, with borrowings' from Hindu myths and legends, from nineteenth-century Brit lit (Dickens' orphans, Charlotte Bronte's scorched husbands) and global high-tech thrillers.
I remember distinctly, the evening that same Brit lit lady called me at home.
which recently renewed its first-look deal with DreamWorks, is working with Andrew Davies, the doyen of Brit lit, on the first ever bigscreen version of George Eliot's monumental 19th-century novel "Middlemarch," for Mendes to direct in 2008.
But be forewarned: This harrowing tale of class prejudice and illicit love is one bitter pill, especially compared to the witty Austen tea parties that recently have dominated Brit lit cinema.
Lord of the Rins: The Return of the King" and "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" are both adapted from Brit lit and play out in English accents.
Set in the 1930s, this puckish parody of Brit lit cliches introduces us to Flora Poste (Kate Beckinsale), a recently orphaned intellectual who prefers sponging off relatives to earning her own living.
Victor's popularity proves that Brit lit agencies are moving into the Hollywood spotlight, and AP Watt -- at 121, the oldest literary agency around -- is leading that charge.