Emily Bronte

NOUN
  1. English novelist; one of three Bronte sisters (1818-1848)
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  • Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, and their gifted sister Anne Bronte came from a large family of Irish origin.
  • Women from Jane Austen and Mary Shelley to Emily Bronte and Emily Dickinson produced literary works that are in some sense palimpsestic, works whose surface designs conceal or obscure deeper, less accessible (and less socially acceptable) levels of meaning. My Name Was Martha: A Renaissance Woman's Autobiographical Poem
  • The term “sensation novels” emerges as a profoundly apt encapsulation of the qualities of strangeness this process of abjection is locked onto (and one that is a precursor of “genre fiction” and comparable with “coloured people” in its disregard for the sensationalist content of writers like Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Emily Brontë and countless others in the canon). What is Literary Fiction?
  • She glanced across the room and for a second, she fancied that she saw Emily Bronte, an unreadable expression on her face, nodding her approval.
  • In common with other early nineteenth century literature, Emily Brontë's novel contains elements of romanticism, gothic, and fantasy.
  • The purple heather, the blustering gales (or wuthering winds if you're an Emily Bronte fan) and the winding paths that encourage all day dalliance - what's not to love?
  • It was partly for this reason that Emily Brontë published Wuthering Heights under the male pseudonym of Ellis Bell.
  • However, this week, he had purchased a second-hand copy of poems by Emily Bronte, which had been recently republished in 1901.
  • The approach to the house, via a long tree-lined sweeping avenue, takes you back to the era of Emily Bronte.
  • • Bradford or Keighley would be more appropriate stations for Emily Brontë Letters, 29 December; Haworth would be best, though it is on a quirky line. Letters: The fifth Beetle
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