Emily Bronte


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English novelist

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His dam, Emily Bronte, won the Prix des Reservoirs at two and is a half-sister to Zelanda, who won the Listed Flying Fillies Stakes at Pontefract and produced another Prix du Ris-Orangis winner in Time Prisoner plus Empress Stakes winner Pearl Grey.
This paper offers a brief look at some of the meanings, spiritual and otherwise, upon which Emily Bronte may have reflected as she wrote and how these are apparent in her abundant use of three.
Believed to be painted by 19th century English artist Sir Edwin Landseer, it will be included in a two-day fine art and antiques sale later this month at JP Humbert Auctioneers in Northamptonshire, and follows the auction house's sale of a portrait of Emily Bronte for pounds 4,600 and another of the reclusive writer for pounds 23,836 in December.
So you can say you're enjoying an Emily Bronte while really engrossed in The Plumber's Pectorals (which actually sounds like quite a good read).
All the great names one would expect to be included are: Austen, Scott, Thackeray, Trollope, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, Eliot, Dickens, and ending with Waugh, Graham Greene and Golding.
The current book is WUTHERING HEIGHTS by Emily Bronte, read by Michael Kitchen
Famous people and characters who have appeared on stamps include Shakespeare, Emily Bronte and The Hobbit.
Touted as "Wuthering Heights meets East of Eden" by The Wall Street Journal, this best-selling novel sectioned with verses from Emily Bronte is also reminiscent of The Great Gatsby in its themes and elements.
Leavis sees Emily Bronte detail with the detachment and impersonality of great art.
Hiking across the moors near the town of Haworth, he would wonder, as Emily Bronte did, "how anyone could ever imagine unquiet slumbers for the sleepers in that quiet earth.
And now Derek Roper (with Edward Chitham) has produced the long-awaited Clarendon edition of The Poems of Emily Bronte (1995), which, as the first edition ever to appear with full scholarly apparatus, sets the benchmark for future studies.
At the turn of the century, several avant-garde and feminist writers were attracted to Emily Bronte.
English poet and novelist, author of Agnes Grey (1847) and Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The (1848), which are generally considered lesser than the novels of her two sisters, Charlotte and Emily Bronte.
Who has had a greater influence on you-the Emily Bronte heroine Cathy or the cartoon character Cathy?
Katherine Frank, A Chainless Soul: A Life of Emily Bronte (Houghton Mifflin, 1990), 302 pp.