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English novelist

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English novelist

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Of the three Bronte sisters, the enigmatic Emily is the one I'm most interested in and Wuthering Heights is my favourite novel.
The extraordinary and world-famous lives of the Bronte sisters often obscures the brief and sometimes miserable life of their only brother, Branwell.
Graham's Deaths and Entrances (1943) was inspired by the Bronte sisters, and artistic director Margi Cole is using them as well as a point of departure for her work about gender roles.
ALL three of the Bronte sisters wrote from an early age.
Teachers are denying pupils the chance to read authors such as the Bronte sisters to give them more time to cram for exams, according to Richard Wilcocks, a former English teacher and chairman of the Bronte Society.
Readers will delight in this tale of the Bronte sisters and their brother Branwell because it offers a window into their lives as young people.
I have always admired British women: Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, Margaret Thatcher, the Bronte sisters, and Virginia Woolf.
Somewhat predictable was the occupant of the number one slot - Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice', while the Bronte sisters, Charlotte and Emily, took the second and third places.
But what he suggests as a more interesting project is an edited version of the earlier, corrupt editions that might have thrown light on changing scholarly editorial work on and reception of the Bronte sisters.
This is both an enjoyable and worthwhile study of a literary phenomenon that is by no means confined to the Bronte sisters.
Millionairess Mel has been house-hunting in her native Yorkshire and has told friends she really, really wants to move to Haworth - where the Bronte sisters lived and wrote their novels.
Emily was perhaps the greatest writer of the three Bronte sisters.
Bennett, like Dickens or the Bronte sisters, "did not see why what the masses liked should automatically be accounted trash.
1816 Charlotte Bronte, eldest of the three Bronte Sisters and author of Jane Eyre, was born in Thornton, Yorkshire 1918 Manfred von Richthofen, the Baron, scourge of the First World War British fliers, was shot down 1945 Ivor Novello's Perchance To Dream opened at the London Hippodrome with his now classic song We'll Gather Lilacs.
Her latest project, which she has written and directed, is a two-hour drama special to be televised on BBC One at Christmas entitled To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters.