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To Talk Inaudibly…

…wasn’t the name of the new drama about the Brontes, (To Walk Invisible) but it might as well have been. Being a Bronte fan and having visited the parsonage in Haworth on several occasions, I was really looking forward to … Continue reading

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Wildfell Wanderings

I’m currently reading The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte and I noticed that one of the characters, when looking out to sea, used the term ‘seamew’ for a sea bird. I instantly made a note of it because … Continue reading

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Emily Bronte

I’m fascinated – almost obsessed – with the whole Bronte family even though, strange to say, I’m not the biggest fan of their writing. I’ve read and re-read Juliet Barker’s The Brontes and it remains the best biography I’ve ever … Continue reading

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