Bront

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Lines (Emily Brontë Poem)
... Lines is a poem written by English writer Emily Brontë in December 1837 ... that the poem was written in the Haworth parsonage, two years after Brontë had left Roe Head, where she was unable to settle as a pupil ... Throughout their lives, the Brontë children struggled with leaving their in home in Haworth to which they felt so closely attached ...
Lucy (novel) - Critical Response
... the way in which the novel draws on John Milton's Paradise Lost and Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, noting that Brontë was Kincaid's favorite author ... that Lucy contains many correspondences to another Brontë novel, Villette--including the names of its primary couple (Lucy and Paul), its plot (an ...
Wycoller Hall - Wycoller and The Brontës
... Hall is thought to be the inspiration for Ferndean Manor in Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre ... The Brontës lived in the nearby village of Haworth, and both Charlotte and her sister Emily probably visited Wycoller on their walks ...
The Twelve And The Genii - Plot Summary
... He learns from the local parson that they once belonged to the Brontës, who wrote stories about their adventures ... The local newspaper publishes a letter about the Brontë wooden soldiers, from an American professor offering £5,000 (at the time a small fortune) to anyone who finds them ... Max and Jane's older brother Philip believes the Morley soldiers may be the Brontë ones, and impulsively writes to the professor about them — only to deeply regret his act when he too ...
To A Wreath Of Snow
... To a Wreath of Snow’ was written by Emily Brontë in December 1837, the same month and year Anne Brontë fell seriously ill at Roe Head and had to be withdrawn by her sister ...