Emily Brontė, the artist as a free woman

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Carcanet, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 170 pages
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Offers a brief profile of Bronte, examines the themes and style of her poetry, and provides a new interpretation of Wuthering Heights

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Review: Emily Bronte: The Artist As a Free Woman

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Provides great insight into Bronte's characters. Wonderful description of her self-imposed exile from the world and how this lead to several themes in her work. Nothing tremendously new, but interesting all the same. Read full review

Contents

THE ART OF MEMORY Page
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VISIONS RISING
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WHY I DID CAST
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