I disagree but I'm also not a purist. I didn't mind the liberties they took because I felt the quiddity of the story remained. Now the recent airing of Jane Eyre was an anathema. Vapid to an accursed degree. Couldn't watch it.
I haven't watched it yet, so I'll reserve judgment...but since I loved Jane Eyre, I'm not sure I'll be ultimately siding with leazwell or not...once i get through a batch of infernal deadlines later this week I will treat myself with a viewing party. -- amy
The history of perfume oils dates back to ancient Egypt when these fine scented oils were presented to royalty as gifts. In modern times, however, when the word "perfume" is said, most people think of department store fragrances, which consist mainly of the concentrated oil and alcohol solution. Nevertheless, as more and more people are finding out about them, perfume oils are experiencing great popularity. Here are some interesting facts about perfume oils: