The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

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Penguin Random House, 2009 - Social Science - 409 pages
Gilbert Markham is deeply intrigued by Helen Graham, a beautiful and secretive young woman who has moved into nearby Wildfell Hall with her young son. He is quick to offer Helen his friendship, but when her reclusive behaviour becomes the subject of local gossip and speculation, Gilbert begins to wonder whether his trust in her has been misplaced. It is only when she allows Gilbert to read her diary that the truth is revealed and the shocking details of the disastrous marriage she has left behind emerge.

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this book is one of the most serious spiritual works i have ever read, C.S.Lewis' works included. although it is a novel, and with a great deal of mystery and suspence, too, it also deals drastically ... Read full review

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I love this book. It is an excellent work from the least known of the Bronte sisters. The reason that I give it only 4 stars is for a few controversial aspects.For one thing, there is alcoholism ... Read full review

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Anne Bronte (January 17, 1820 - May 28, 1849) novelist and poet, the youngest of the Bronte literary family. Anne's poetry was published, along with that of her sisters, in 1846, under the pseudonym 'Acton Bell'. Anne's major work is Agnes Grey, which was published 1847.

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