Emily Bronte


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English novelist

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Nineteenth-century British author Emily Bronte lived in a small town in the rural Yorkshire area of England during the early to mid-1800s.
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).
There are none in the original, which has given joy to millions since it was written by Emily Bronte in Haworth Parsonage not five miles from where I'm sitting.
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
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Bronte, Emily Dickinson, Edith Wharton, and Virginia Woolf were intellectually gifted women at a time when that was perceived as a liability.
Famous people and characters who have appeared on stamps include Shakespeare, Emily Bronte and The Hobbit.
Leavis sees Emily Bronte detail with the detachment and impersonality of great art.
Emily Bronte is not generally known for her poetry but I came across this poem and thought it worth sharing.
She borrows the structure from Emily Bronte, but the text's passion originates in the Antillean past.
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.
Also currently featured on the site is, "Wuthering Heights" by Emily Bronte and illustrated with a series of drawings by Balthus.
It reported that several cases of irregular attendance were dealt with 1818: Emily Bronte, English novelist, was born.
Less than half of Brits (45 per cent) correctly named Emily Bronte as the author of 'Wuthering Heights'.