Charlotte Brontë Poems
You evidently possess, and in no inconsiderable degree, what Wordsworth calls the ‘faculty of verse’. I am not depreciating it when I say that in these times it is not rare. Many volumes of poems are now published every year without attracting public attention, any one of which, if it had appeared half a century ago, would have obtained a high reputation for its author. Whoever, therefore, is ambitious of distinction in this way ought to be prepared for disappointment.
KeywordsHappy Ending Sunday School Love Story Autobiographical Narration Moral Restraint
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