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English novelist

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English novelist

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Around 30 years later, she has returned to the remote West Yorkshire village for her latest project, to write the first biography of Maria Branwell, mother of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte.
She will also speak about the restoration of Patrick's reputation, which was damaged in the Elizabeth Gaskell biography - 'The Life of Charlotte Bronte.
After trying many keys, one unlocked the box and inside was a ring with the inscription C Bronte and a date which matched when the celebrated author died.
Dr Claire O'Callaghan, of the School of Arts, English and Drama, depicts a new and more positive image of the third and 'weirdest' Bronte sister, by looking at the Wuthering Heights author afresh from the vantage point of the new millennium.
Haworth is home to the Bronte Parsonage Museum and Worth Valley village where Emily, Charlotte and Anne lived.
In Bronte's third and last Curtis Cup two years ago, she became the first Great Britain and Ireland amateur to achieve a perfect 5-0 record against America.
Featuring hits such as You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman, Take Good Care of My Baby, It Might As Well Rain Until September, and Locomotion, it was the music which first attracted Bronte to the role.
WHEN Bronte Barbe applied to take part in the television show Over The Rainbow, she was hoping to clinch the part of Dorothy in the musical The Wizard of Oz - but Bronte found a whole different pot of gold at the end of her rainbow.
Actress and model Lily Cole has spoken about facing 'prejudice' in a row over her involvement in events to mark the bicentenary of Emily Bronte's birth.
"The Complete Poems of Emily Bronte" by Emily Bronte Well known for her iconic novel "Wuthering Heights", English Victorian writer Emily Bronte wrote dozens of poems about various themes.
Between Emily Bronte (1818-1848) and Virginia Woolf (1882-1941), there seems to be a change of epoch.
The author of this book sets out to interpret the lives of the Bronte siblings through an extensive evaluation of the belongings they left behind, many of which have developed hagiographic qualities among Bronte fans.
The village was home to the three Bronte sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne.
When we think of the writing lives of iconic female authors Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte, we imagine them going it alone, Austen at her tiny table, her sister and mother bustling around her, and Bronte stuck in her father's spare parsonage, with siblings for company.