The Cambridge Companion to the Brontës

Heather Glen, quot;The Cambridge Companion to the Brontësquot;
Cambridge University Press | 2003 | ISBN: 0521779715 | 272 pages | File type: PDF | 3,3 mb
Essays by leading scholars explore the lives and tragic early deaths of the three Brontë sisters. They set two of the greatest novels of the nineteenth century :Charlotte's Jane Eyre and Emily's Wuthering Heights, in the context of the other prose and poetry of the sisters, and trace the reputation of the Brontës through history. A detailed chronology and guides to further reading are included.


The Haworth context / Juliet Barker
'Our plays': the Brontë juvenilia / Carol Bock
The poetry / Angela Leighton
'Three distinct and unconnected tales': The professor, Agnes Grey and Wuthering heights / Stevie Davies
'Strong family likeness': Jane Eyre and The tenant of Wildfell Hall / Jill Matus
Shirley and Villette / Heather Glen
'Getting on': ideology, personality and the Brontë characters / Rick Rylance
Women writers, women's issues / Kate Flint
The Brontës and religion / John Maynard
The Brontë myth / Patsy Stoneman

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