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by Carl E. Rollyson,Lisa Olson Paddock

eBook The Brontes A to Z: The Essential Reference to Their Lives and Works (Literary A to Z) epub
  • ISBN: 0816043035
  • Author: Carl E. Rollyson,Lisa Olson Paddock
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Checkmark Books (February 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • ePUB size: 1785 kb
  • FB2 size 1995 kb
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One of English literature's most famous families, the Brontes are known as much for their difficult lives as for the unforgettable works they produced: Charlotte's "Jane Eyre"; Emily's "Wuthering Heights"; and Anne's "Agnes Grey", among others. Over 900 entries cover the plots, characters and settings to the Brontes' works, including the juvenilia, details about family, friends and associates of the Bronte family.

Rollyson, Carl E. (Carl Edmund). Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). urn:acs6:padd:epub:d23-31f3b4db2edd urn:acs6:padd:pdf:f1f-4aefc87a81b4.

In more than 500 entries, this offering from the acclaimed and popular Literary A to Z series covers every aspect of the lives of the Brontes

In more than 500 entries, this offering from the acclaimed and popular Literary A to Z series covers every aspect of the lives of the Brontes. In their introduction, the authors note that interest in the Brontes continues to grow, thanks to "intense scholarly study and-in some cases-nearly cultlike devotion.

The Brontes A to Z book. One of English literature's most famous families, the Brontes are known as much for their difficult lives as for the unforgettable works they produced: Charlotte's Jane Eyre; Emily's Wuthering Heights; and Anne's Agnes Grey, among others.

This book also contains all the text of the previously published ''Herman Melville A to Z'', organized in a more user-friendly fashion.

Rollyson, Carl, and Lisa Paddock. The Brontës A to Z: The Essential Reference to Their Lives and Work

Rollyson, Carl, and Lisa Paddock. The Brontës A to Z: The Essential Reference to Their Lives and Work. New York: Facts On File, 2003.

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The Brontes A to Z: The Essential Reference to Their Lives and Works Winifred Gerin (Thomas Nelson, 1959). Four Brontes: The Lives and Works of Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne Bronte. Lawrence Hanson & Elisabeth Hanson.

The Brontes A to Z: The Essential Reference to Their Lives and Works. Lisa Olson Paddock & Carl E. Rollyson. Facts on File, In. 2003). Jonathan Cape, 2001). New Approaches to the Literary Art of Anne Bronte. Winifred Gerin (Thomas Nelson, 1959). Oxford University Press, 1949). Pattern for Genius: A Story of Branwell Bronte and His Three Sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Largely Told in Their Own Words.

One of English literature's most famous families, the Brontes are known as much for their difficult lives as for the unforgettable works they produced: Charlotte's "Jane Eyre"; Emily's "Wuthering Heights"; and Anne's "Agnes Grey", among others. Over 900 entries cover the plots, characters and settings to the Brontes' works, including the juvenilia, details about family, friends and associates of the Bronte family.
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