Charlotte Brontë
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BBC film tells story of three pivotal years in the writers' lives.

Brontë sisters beat the odds in 'To Walk Invisible'
Charlotte Brontë
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To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 9pm ET MASTERPIECE on PBS Picture Shows (from left to right): Ann Bronte (CHARLIE MURPHY), Emily Bronte (CHLOE PIRRIE), and Charlotte Bronte (FINN ATKINS) Courtesy of Gary Moyes/BBC and MASTERPIECE For editorial use only.

To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters on MASTERPIECE – Sunday at 9 p.m. –on PBS
Few novelists of the period were as fascinated as Charlotte Brontë by the power of fantasy or aware of its complicated relationship to everyday life. In her writing as a child and as a young schoolteacher, she moved effortlessly between ordinary and imaginary worlds. Here Professor John Bowen explores how this dual existence made its way into her novel Jane Eyre.

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Charlotte Brontë: mixing the familiar and the fantastic
“His mind was indeed my library, and whenever it was opened to me, I entered bliss.”
―from VILLETTE by Charlotte Brontë
The acclaimed new biography about the author of JANE EYRE now available in paperback...

"Time does move on for the bereaved, but alarmingly. “Healing, 'recovering,' from a death is also a form of estrangement, a further loss.”
―from Charlotte Brontë: A Fiery Heart by Claire Harman,

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“I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.”
―from JANE EYRE by Charlotte Brontë
A PAIR of talks in Haworth will examine the significance of one of the Bronte family’s little-known friends and delve into the troubled life of…

February and March talks at Haworth's Bronte Parsonage Museum
Now available in paperback...
THE BRONTË Parsonage Museum looks deserted during January, the only month of the year when it is closed to the public.

Brontë Parsonage Museum is a hive of activity in readiness for major exhibitions
Sally Wainwright’s portrayal of the sisters’ rise to fame and their brother’s battle with alcoholism shows her ability to chronicle the extraordinary challenges faced by ordinary people

To Walk Invisible review – a bleak and brilliant portrayal of the Brontë family
Before the Brontë sisters’ true identities became known, it was rumoured that the pseudonymous brothers Acton, Currer and Ellis Bell were one and the same.

To Walk Invisible review: the Brontë sisters brought to fizzing, furious life
Sally Wainwright's drama about the Bronte sisters, To Walk Invisible, would be in contention for the Oscars if it had been a movie. But it isn't; it's a one-off drama from the BBC, a br

What were the Bronte girls and their brother really like?
Sally Wainwright introduces famed writers Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë ahead of her new BBC biopic

To Walk Invisible: Who were the real Brontë sisters?
BRONTË museum staff are excited about the upcoming TV movie about their favourite family.

Brontë experts delighted with Christmas TV film about the family
“I wish I would write to you more cheerful letters, for when I read this over, I find it to be somewhat gloomy – but forgive me my dear master – do not be irritated at my sadness – according to the words of the Bible: ‘Out of the fullness of the heart, the mouth speaketh’ and truly I find it difficult to be cheerful so long as I think I shall never see you more.”
―Charlotte Brontë to Professor...
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What history’s love letters reveal
Two envelopes sent by author Charlotte Brontë to her life-long friend have been sold for £8,100 at auction.

Charlotte Brontë envelopes sold for £8,100 at auction - BBC News
Two rare envelopes sent by author Charlotte Bronte to her life-long friend are expected to fetch up to £1,200 when they go under the hammer.

Charlotte Bronte rare letter envelopes to friend up for auction - BBC News
A Yorkshire businessman has created a special edition liqueur to mark the 200th anniversary of author Charlotte Bronte’s birth.

A taste of the moors: Liqueur launched to mark Charlotte Bronte bicentenary