Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë
04/26/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
This is Charlotte Brontë’s earliest known effort at writing, a short story written for her sister Anne, the baby of the family. The tiny book is delightfully illustrated throughout with tiny watercolour vignettes and it still retains its original covers made from a piece of grey-flowered wallpaper.

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This is Charlotte Brontës earliest known effort at writing a short story

Earliest known writings of Charlotte Brontë

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Peter Francis
Nick Dinsmore
Michelle Felton
Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë
04/24/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Neda Arshadi
Coretta Alexander
Lola Owotomo
Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë
04/23/2017 at 15:08. Facebook
Possibly Elizabeth Gaskell’s finest work – a bold portrait of a brilliant woman worn down by her father and the death of her siblings
Charlotte Brontë 04/23/2017

The 100 best nonfiction books: No 63 – The Life of Charlotte Brontë by Elizabeth Gaskell (1857)

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Nick Dinsmore
Peter Donnelly
Meredith Griffiths
Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë
04/22/2017 at 08:54. Facebook
Why they’re still a perfect allegory for fighting the patriarchy.
Charlotte Brontë 04/22/2017

The Brontë sisters are the feminist heroes we need in 2017

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Pat Blalock
Laurel Vaccaro Hausman
Nick Dinsmore
Charlotte Brontë
Charlotte Brontë
04/22/2017 at 00:45. Facebook
Charlotte Brontë was born 201 years ago on this day in 1816.
Charlotte Brontë was born 201 years ago on this day in 1816
Sandra Montgomery
Katie Ekvall
Sarah Louise Gordon
Today is the 201st anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Brontë.
Today is the 201st anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Brontë
Brenda Lewis
Lorena Popescu
Leena Ahmed
The three-bedroom, Grade II-listed hall is set to go on the market for £1,200 per month.
Charlotte Brontë 04/10/2017

Jane Eyre hall visited by Charlotte Bronte goes up for rent

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Helvellyn Lakes
Christy Farmer
Orlagh Doyle
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Charlotte Brontë 04/01/2017

Bronte Society spring walk from Thornton to Haworth to mark Charlotte Bronte's birthday and promote Fair Trade

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MedaMegan Cook
Linda Manning
Today is the 162nd anniversary of the death of Charlotte Brontë.
Today is the 162nd anniversary of the death of Charlotte Brontë
Jennifer Holberg
Marjean Fieldhouse
Mariah Newmyer
Are you more of a Charlotte, Emily, or Anne? Take this quiz to find out!
Charlotte Brontë 03/31/2017

Quiz: Which Brontë Sister Are You Most Like?

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Cathy Justice
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Rachel Barratt
The lives of the Brontë sisters, who wrote such beloved books as Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, are the focus of
Charlotte Brontë 03/30/2017

The Brontë Sisters: Their Books, Loves And Lives

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Mariah Newmyer
Marjean Fieldhouse
Lara M Mullen
"How did three such relatively sheltered women, the daughters of a priest living in rural Yorkshire, write some of the most passionate and proto-feminist novels of the 19th century?”

The Atlantic on Sally Wainwright’s dramatization of the lives of the Brontë sisters.
How did three such relatively sheltered women the daughters of a priest

PBS's 'To Walk Invisible' Finds Fire in the Lives of the Bronte Sisters

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Susan Claire
Maureen Meyfarth
Teresa Cassle
BBC film tells story of three pivotal years in the writers' lives.
Charlotte Brontë 03/25/2017

Brontë sisters beat the odds in 'To Walk Invisible'

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Samantha Wicks
Anna Karenina
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.
Charlotte Brontë 03/24/2017

To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters on MASTERPIECE – Sunday at 9 p.m. –on PBS

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Louise Rigdon
Sandra Smith
Jools Hutchings
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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Few novelists of the period were as fascinated as Charlotte Brontë by

Charlotte Brontë: mixing the familiar and the fantastic

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Lynnie Hampson
Sara G. Triggs
Ellen Erlano Llanto
“His mind was indeed my library, and whenever it was opened to me, I entered bliss.”
―from VILLETTE by Charlotte Brontë
“His mind was indeed my library and whenever it was opened to me I entered bliss”
Laura E. Rose
Jane Abel
Nick Dinsmore
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,
The acclaimed new biography about the author of JANE EYRE now available in paperback

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Linda Arcellano Shaw
James Harlow
Emma Bruhn
“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
I care for myself The more solitary the more friendless the more
Jomer Guevarra De Guzman
Катя Димитрова
Shirley English-Whitman
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…
Charlotte Brontë 02/12/2017

February and March talks at Haworth's Bronte Parsonage Museum

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Ricque Salgado
Cecile Parr
RoseMarie Gionta Alfieri
Now available in paperback...
Now available in paperback
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