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The Mother of the Brontës by Sharon Wright – Review

Despite our love of and fascination with the Brontës, there are still many gaps in the story of the world's most famous literary sisters. In our quest to better know the lives, hearts, and minds of those who penned literary classics such as Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Brontëites have attempted to find out… Continue reading The Mother of the Brontës by Sharon Wright – Review

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Aunt Branwell and the Brontë Legacy by Nick Holland: Re-Examining a Key Figure in the Brontë Mythology

So much of the Brontës' lives remains shrouded in mystery despite the popularity of their works. We probably know more about Charlotte and Branwell, and their characters, than the rest of the Brontë family due to their surviving correspondence and the recollections of the friends they made during their lifetimes. However, there are still misconceptions… Continue reading Aunt Branwell and the Brontë Legacy by Nick Holland: Re-Examining a Key Figure in the Brontë Mythology

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The Brontë Family: Passionate Literary Geniuses Review

The Brontë Family: Passionate Literary Geniuses is a short biography of the Brontë family written by Karen Kenyon. Originally published in 2003, it is about to enjoy re-publication by Endeavour Media in July in time for the bicentenary of Emily Brontë. However, I've decided to post my review in time for Branwell's birthday on 26th June… Continue reading The Brontë Family: Passionate Literary Geniuses Review