Biographical Notes and Poems: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition
Published under pseudonyms, its a joint collection of skilfully written poems by the Bronte sisters. The work further elucidates upon the rationale behind the practice of these pseudonyms. The themes drawn from real life convey a sense of familiarity to the readers. The literary piece beautifully provides the views of the sisters. Mesmerizing!
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Editors Preface to the New Edition of Wuthering Heights 15 POEMS BY CURRER BELL
POEMS BY ELLIS BELL
POEMS BY ACTON BELL
SELECTIONS FROM THE LITERARY REMAINS OF ELLIS
Warning and Reply
Lines Written from Home
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Acton Bell Agnes Grey anguish art thou behold beneath bless blest bliss Bluebell breast breath bright bright eye brow burning calm cheer clouds cold CURRER BELL dare dark death deep despair divine dream dreary earth Ellis Bell faded faith fear feelings flowers gaze Gilbert gleam gloom glorious glory glow grief hear heart Heathcliff heaven hills hope hour Jane Eyre knew labour latchet life's light lonely look mind moorland moors morn mourn ne'er never night o'er pain peace quail rapture rest round scene scorn shade shine shone sigh silent sister skies sleep smile snow soft sorrow soul spirit spring strong suffering summer sunny sweet tears tempest thee thine eyes thou art thoughts toil trees trembling Twas voice wandering warm watch wave weary ween weep wild wind winter word Wuthering Heights youth