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Wuthering Heights house is for sale

You might have used SparkNotes for Wuthering Heights in high school, but if you’re in the market for a charming house in the English countryside, you should give Emily Brontë’s only novel another read. Ponden Hall, the mid-16th century home that is said to have inspired the classic novel by Emily Brontë, is now for sale. Located in West Yorkshire, the property was the site of many visits from the Brontë sisters in the 19th century. Now, the 5,000-square-foot building serves as an award-winnin...
Tags: Travel, Books, England, West Yorkshire, Shakespeare, All, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Wuthering Heights, Ponden Hall, Ponden Reservoir


Which Brontë sister said it? [quiz]

Emily Brontë, born 200 years ago on 30 July 1818, would become part of one of the most important literary trinities alongside her sisters, Charlotte and Anne. Emily’s only novel, Wuthering Heights, polarised contemporary critics and defied Victorian convention by depicting characters from “low and rustic life.” Jane Eyre, written by the eldest Brontë sister, Charlotte, was initially condemned as being “pre-eminently an anti-Christian composition,” however, the text caught the attention of reader...
Tags: Books, Featured, Literature, Quiz, Charlotte Brontë, Charlotte, Anne, Jane Eyre, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Arts & Humanities, Online products, Quizzes & Polls, British Literature, Oxford Scholarly Editions Online


Other Non-Fiction Brontë, Anne: Wildfell Hall [German] v1 24.07.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier die Gesamtausgabe. Attached Files Wildfell_Hall.epub (541.9 KB)
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Bronte Anne


Other Non-Fiction Brontë, Anne: Wildfell Hall B4 [German] v1 23.07.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der vierte und letzte Band von Wildfell Hall, die Zusammenfassung folgt. Attached Files Wildfell Hall B4.epub (158.3 KB)
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Zusammenfassung, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Bronte Anne


Other Non-Fiction Brontë, Anne: Wildfell Hall B3 [German] v1 19.07.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der dritte Band von Wildfell Hall der Letzte folgt noch .... Attached Files Wildfell_Hall-B3.epub (165.0 KB)
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Bronte Anne, Wildfell Hall der Letzte


Romance Brontë, Anne: Wildfell Hall B2[German] v1 06.07.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der zweite Band von Wildfell Hall die anderen folgen so nach und nach und .... Attached Files Wildfell_Hall-B2.epub (173.4 KB)
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Bronte Anne


Romance Brontë, Anne: Wildfell Hall B1[German] v1 10.06.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der erste Band von Wildfell Hall die anderen folgen so nach und nach und .... Attached Files Wildfell_Hall-B1.epub (186.9 KB)
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Bronte Anne


Yorkshire celebrates the writing Brontë sisters, 200 years later

For those who love Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë and their most famous works (“Jane Eyre,” “Wuthering Heights” and “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall”), this is a great time to travel to their hometown.
Tags: Travel, News, Life, Yorkshire, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Charlotte Emily


Collected Works Brontë, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne: Novels and Poems | v.1.0 | 5 Mar 2017

This volume collects the books of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë (Wikipedia) which were published in their lifetimes (or shortly after): Attachment 155453 Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë Poems. 1846 Charlotte Brontë Jane Eyre. 1847 Emily Brontë Wuthering Heights. 1847 Anne Brontë Agnes Grey. 1847 Anne Brontë The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. 1848 Charlotte Brontë Shirley. 1849 Charlotte Brontë Villette. 1853 Charlotte Brontë The Professor. 1857 All books have been fully proofed: Poems and Vil...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Anne, Villette, Emily, Charlotte Brontë Jane Eyre, Anne Brontë, Charlotte Emily, Brontë Charlotte Emily, Anne Brontë Wikipedia, Anne Brontë Agnes Grey, Jane Eyre Shirley, John Lane, Parlour Library, Brontë Novels and Poems


Why has the Brontë Society descended into shocking melodrama?

There’s an unholy row going on at the parsonage in Haworth as the keepers of the sisters’ literary legacy split into two warring factionsName: Brontë Society.Age: 123 years. Continue reading...
Tags: Books, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Bronte, Haworth, Anne Brontë, Bronte Society


History Brontë, Anne: Agnes Grey Band 2[German] v1 04.05.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der zweite Band des Viktorianischen Gouvernantenromans Agnes Grey. Attached Files Agnes Grey Band 2 - Bronte, Anne.epub (151.7 KB)
Tags: ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Agnes Grey, Bronte Anne


History Brontë, Anne Agnes Grey Band 1[German] v1 01.05.2016

Anne Brontë (* 17. Januar 1820 in Thornton (Yorkshire); † 28. Mai 1849 in Scarborough) war eine britische Schriftstellerin. Die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte, Branwell und Emily Brontë veröffentlichte ihre Romane unter dem Pseudonym Acton Bell. Hier der erste Band des Viktorianischen Gouvernantenromans Agnes Grey. Attached Files Agnes Grey Band 1 - Bronte, Anne.epub (145.7 KB)
Tags: ePub Books, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Thornton Yorkshire, Brontë Anne Agnes Grey, Charlotte Branwell, Acton Bell Hier, Agnes Grey, Bronte Anne


Happy 200th birthday Charlotte Brontë! How well do you know the author? – quiz

How many sisters did Charlotte Brontë have? Which previously male name did she popularise as a female name? Take our quiz and find out1 How many sisters did Charlotte Brontë have?Two Three Four Five 2 As children, Charlotte and her brother Branwell wrote stories set in a fantasy world. What was the name of that world?Narnia Angria Rodania Eldasia 3 Under what male pseudonym did Charlotte Brontë publish Jane Eyre?Currer Bell Charles Brontë Christian Brown Cole Boseley4In Jane Eyre, Jane’s friend ...
Tags: Books, Fiction, Culture, Charlotte Brontë, Virginia Woolf, Charlotte, Helen, Jane Eyre, Emily Bronte, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Branwell, Elizabeth Gaskell, Angria Rodania Eldasia, Carol Lindesay Shirley, Angria Jane Eyre Villette


Why those subversive Brontë sisters still hypnotise us

The bicentenary of Charlotte’s birth next month has produced a slew of events that highlight the sisters’ appeal to all agesThey are beloved by everyone from misunderstood teens and fools for love to the serious-minded middle-aged and those of a critical bent. Now the Brontë sisters are taking centre stage again as the bicentenary of Charlotte’s birth next month brings a host of events at their Yorkshire home and elsewhere.At Haworth parsonage on the bleakly beautiful Yorkshire moors, where Char...
Tags: Books, Film, Yorkshire, Charlotte Brontë, Charlotte, Anne, Emily, Emily Bronte, Haworth, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Tracy Chevalier, Wuthering Heights, Bronte Parsonage Museum, Brontë Society Highlights, Charlotte Great


The forgotten genius: why Anne wins the battle of the Brontës

For the BBC’s Being the Brontës, I got behind the bullied youngest sister – a feminist and social firebrand whose ideas were way over Charlotte’s head and years before their timeWe know about Emily Brontë (who gave us Wuthering Heights, Cathy, Heathcliff, Laurence Olivier in leather britches striding across Hollywood moors – for which, absolutely, many thanks – and Kate Bush) and Charlotte Brontë (Jane Eyre, the red room, mad wife in the attic, blinded Byronic hero who nevertheless sees through ...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Television, Media, Bbc, Culture, Television & radio, Charlotte Brontë, Kate Bush, Charlotte, Anne, Emily Bronte, Charlotte Brontë Jane Eyre, Anne Brontë, Bronte, Branwell


Choose Your Own Edition: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

I've mentioned before that I wrote my masters thesis on . What that means is this book is extremely dear to me. I first read it while on study abroad in London, and I fell madly in love with Anne's fierce introduction to the second edition and with Helen Graham and the way she slammed her bedroom door—her heart too thoroughly dried to be broken in a hurry, absolutely determined to live as long as she could. I own a rather limp Wordsworth Classics edition that I believe I picked up for a pound i...
Tags: London, Covers, Classics, Victorian, Anne, Anne Brontë, Choose Your Own Edition, Pretties, The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall, Helen Graham, Wordsworth Classics


Victorian classics don’t need TV to sex them up - they’re risque enough already | Kathryn Hughes

From George Eliot’s menstruation references to Anne Brontë’s depiction of alcoholism, 19th-century literature is less uptight than you might thinkThose who watched TV over the festive period could be forgiven for thinking that people in the past barely bothered to get dressed. In And Then There Were None, the BBC’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery, we were treated to Aidan Turner, playing one of the chief suspects, naked and deliciously slippy in nothing but a bath towel. T...
Tags: Books, Television, Drama, Fiction, UK News, Bbc, Culture, Period Drama, Classics, Agatha Christie, Aidan Turner, Leo Tolstoy, George Eliot, Tolstoy, Andrew Davies, Kathryn Hughes


BBC to dramatise Brontes' lives

To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters will be filmed in and around Yorkshire, where the most famous sisters of English literature lived The difficult home life of the Brontes will be brought to life in a new BBC1 drama about the literary sisters, written and directed by Last Tango In Halifax author Sally Wainwright. The one-off, two-hour drama will follow Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte's relationship with each other and their brother Branwell, who in the last three years of his life was plague...
Tags: Bbc, Yorkshire, Halifax, Brontes, Sally Wainwright, Anne Brontë, Charlotte Emily, Branwell