Emily Brontë pp 118-135 | Cite as

‘… no model but the vision of his meditations’?

  • John Hewish


The question-mark is, of course, mine, not Charlotte Brontë’s. She implied, in her Preface to Wuthering Heights, that her sister was a ‘natural’ or naïve writer, who conceived her work and the narrative technique with which she presented it in isolation.


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