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English novelist


English novelist

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5) These production details were conveyed by Charlotte Bronte to William Smith Williams after her sisters' deaths, when Smith, Elder suggested a reprint of the two novels in one volume, with a prefatory notice by Charlotte herself.
BOSTON -- IDG Ventures Boston, an early-stage venture capital firm focused on investing in information, consumer, and healthcare technology companies, today announced that Eric Paley, former CEO and a co-founder of Brontes Technologies, has joined the firm as a Senior Advisor.
But best of all, readers experience all of this whimsy with the young Brontes as their guides, each one's unique and vibrant personality brought to life by Valente's exquisite descriptions.
In this charming, offbeat memoir, Pennington traces the development of the Brontes as women, as sisters, and as writers, as she recounts her own struggles to fit in as a bookish, introverted, bisexual woman.
If tourists do come,' says Derry, 'they tend to go to the village of Haworth, three miles north of here, where the Brontes moved and grew up.
BEING THE BRONTES (Tonight, BBC2, 9pm) BETWEEN them, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte wrote such classic novels as Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey, but the sisters' own story has proved to be just as fascinating as their literary creations.
The two elder Brontes once included their younger sisters, Emily and Anne, in their mystical journeys, but that has changed.
I hadn't been there before and somehow had it in mind the Brontes - Charlotte, Emily, Anne and their wayward brother Branwell - had led sheltered, luxurious lives living in a huge house with their clergyman father.
47 YUKIKO has travelled all the way from Japan to England, ostensibly to see her sister Kumiko in London, but ultimately to visit Haworth, fabled home of the Brontes.
It is a slow, haunting build, rotating perspectives among the four Brontes.
Lutz animates the BrontesE material possessions, thereby reanimating the Brontes themselves in her loving biography of the family.
He starts with the leg from Edale to Calderdale, discovering how much has changed, and learning about its literary connections - Ted Hughes and the Brontes all lived near the route.
Except for one brief additional act, Morrison uses the structure, character types, and themes of Chekhov's play as well as numerous echoes of its dialogue and stage action to write a biographical drama about the Brontes.
In all, Professor Ross considers the medical histories of Shakespeare, Milton, Swift, the Brontes, Hawthorne, Melville, Yeats, Jack London, Joyce, and Orwell.