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© 1989

Charlotte and Emily Brontë

Literary Lives

Book

Part of the Macmillan Literary Lives book series (LL)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 1-12
  3. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 13-27
  4. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 28-39
  5. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 40-52
  6. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 53-67
  7. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 68-82
  8. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 83-95
  9. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 96-108
  10. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 109-118
  11. Tom Winnifrith, Edward Chitham
    Pages 119-133
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 134-144

About this book

Introduction

This new book on the Brontes concentrates on the way in which the literary interests and expressions of Charlotte and Emily were built up. It makes use of recent research into background and reading matter to investigate the development of the authors' poetry and novels.

Keywords

Bronte novel poem poetry religion

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.University of WarwickUK
  2. 2.The PolytechnicWolverhamptonUK

About the authors

TOM WINNIFRITH is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Warwick and Director of the Centre for Research in the European Humanities. His many previous books include The Brontës and their Background, Brontë Facts and Brontë Problems (with Edward Chitham), Aspects of the Epic, Greece Old and New, Nineteen Eighty Four and All's Well? (with William Whitehead) and A New Life of Charlotte Brontë.

EDWARD CHITHAM is a part-time Lecturer for the Open University. His previous publications include The Black Country, Ghost in the Water (a children's novel) and several books on the Brontës, including The Brontës' Irish Background, The Poems of Anne Brontë and Brontë Facts and Brontë Problems (with Tom Winnifrith).

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