Anne Bronte


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English novelist

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In We Are Three Sisters, first performed by Northern Broadsides in Halifax, England in 2011, Morrison dramatizes the lives of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte and their brother, Branwell, using as a template The Three Sisters, which was itself likely influenced by a biography of the Brontes that Chekhov had read.
Surridge situates her close reading of fiction by Charles Dickens, Anne Bronte, George Eliot, Wilkie Collins, Anthony Trollope, Mona Caird, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle within two major changes in the popular press.
This study, part of the Oxford World's Classics' 'Authors in Context' series, sets out to discuss the work not of one author but of three: Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte.
Since Anne Bronte as an individual does not have the "mythic stature" of her sisters, the book concentrates mostly on Charlotte and Emily.
In 1848, Anne Bronte produced one of the Victorian period's few Kunstlerromane written by a woman, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.
It is full of 'ideas' and 'inquiries', concerning or directed at Sheridan, Spinoza, Vermeer, Blake, Margaret Cavendish, Hobbes, Bunyan, Hogarth, Johnson, Shelley, Anne Bronte, Burke, Richardson, Ossian, Onania (and this is not to mention the subjects of the book reviews).
remembers the death in Scarborough of Anne Bronte, in May 1849, aged
There's nothing better for an autumnal Sunday night than thwarted passion from 19th-century English writer Anne Bronte in the excellent ``Mobil Masterpiece Theatre'' production of ``The Tenant of Wildfell Hall,'' premiering at 9 p.
She seeks to present a Charlotte Bronte more like Emily Bronte or the Anne Bronte of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall in her narrative technique.
Angria and Gondal Elaborate imaginary kingdoms that were invented by Charlotte, Branwell, Emily, and Anne Bronte during their childhood play and that continued to influence their adult writings.
The sister of Charlotte and Anne Bronte, Emily was the most reclusive and the most attached to the rather vacant moorland landscape near their parsonage home in rural Yorkshire.
The hand-carved yew staircase came from the former Blake Hall in Church Lane, Mirfield, where Anne Bronte worked as a governess to the Ingham family in 1839.
The book offers interesting and insightful studies of novels by Jane Austen (twice), George Eliot, Henry James, Anne Bronte, Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, Wilkie Collins, and William Morris.
This fine building has many features of interest, including the grave of Anne Bronte who died on May 28, 1849.