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

User Review  - Jeremy Goheen - Goodreads

A solid reading. It's not always clear, however, as to what arguments are being made about Emily Bronte's work. In other words, Davies doesn't base his readings in any theoretical frameworks. A ... Read full review

Review: Emily Bronte: The Artist As a Free Woman

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A solid reading. It's not always clear, however, as to what arguments are being made about Emily Bronte's work. In other words, Davies doesn't base his readings in any theoretical frameworks. A ... Read full review

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THE ART OF MEMORY Page
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VISIONS RISING
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WHY I DID CAST
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