The Bronte Myth

Author: Lucasta Miller
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In her bewitching “metabiography,” Lucasta Miller follows the twists and turns of the phenomenon of Bront-mania and rescues these three fiercely original geniuses from the distortions of legend. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Female Icons

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The BBrontës The Brontë Myth By Lucasta Miller As Lucasta Miller shows, the
story of the Brontë family rivals in power the fiction they produced. It is important
to remember that their work appeared at the end of the Romantic period, when
the personality of the writer became as important to readers as the work itself. All
of the Brontës found the Byronic hero—not only the poet himself but also the
characters in his poetry immensely fascinating. The three sisters and brother
produced ...

The Cambridge Companion To The Bront S

Author: Heather Glen
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The extraordinary works of the three sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë have entranced and challenged scholars, students, and general readers for the past 150 years.

The Bront S Authors In Context

Author: Patricia Ingham
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The term is provided by Patsy Stoneman in her seminal work, Bronte'
Transformations: The Cultural Dissemination of Jane Eyre and Wuthering
Heights ( ). These spin-offs have a geo— graphical focus in Haworth
Parsonage (now the Brontë Parsonage Museum) and the Yorkshire moors which
have become a pilgrimage centre as 'Brontë Country', where commercial
businesses have been set up, trading on the Brontë name and the names of the
novels. The Bronte' Myth is the ...

British Biography

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THE BRONTË MYTH (2004) By Lucasta Miller As Lucasta Miller shows, the story
of the Brontë family rivals in power the fiction they produced. It is important to
remember that their work appeared at the end of the Romantic period, when the
personality of the writer became as important to readers as the work itself. All of
the Brontës found the Byronic hero—not only the poet himself but also the
characters in his poetry immensely fascinating. The three sisters and brother
produced ...

Moors Mansions And Museums

Author: Zuzanna Jakubowski
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41 Immensely popular not only for their novels but also for the air of tragedy that
surrounds them, the Brontes have become commodities of the 'literary industry'.
As Lucasta Miller points out in The Bronte Myth (2003), the protagonists from the
novels and their authors have become popular characters on almost the same
level. Numerous films, inspired by the lives and deaths of the three sisters, rival
the cinematic remakes of their novels and turn them into fictional heroines in their
own ...

Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre

Author: Sara Lodge
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Lucasta Miller, The Brontë Myth (London: Vintage, 2002), p. 12. 11. Doreen
Roberts, 'Jane Eyre and “The Warped System of Things”' in Reading the Victorian
Novel: Detail into Form ed. Ian Gregor (London: Vision Press, 1980), p. 144. 1
Victorian Responses: Power and Popularity; Coarseness and Criticism 1. T.
Wemyss Reid, Charlotte Bronte. A Monograph (London: Macmillan, 1877), p. 8. 2
. William Thackeray, Letter to W.S. Williams, 23 October 1847, The Letters and
Private Papers ...

Victorian Unfinished Novels

Author: S. Tomaiuolo
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As far as we know, she probably did not write anything more, apart from a few
letters.6 Fromthemoment ofCharlotte's death, the'Brontë myth'began to takeshape
, and the discoveryof unpublished manuscripts contributed to create what maybe
definedas a real sensation. There arosea growing interest in her first novel
TheProfessor, andin particular inthe two chaptersof 'Emma', which Elizabeth
Gaskell wished toinclude as an appendixtoher cheap edition ofThe Life of
Charlotte Brontë.

Shakespeare S Tremor And Orwell S Cough

Author: John J. Ross, MD
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Stroud, Gloucestershire: Nonsuch Publishing, 2008. Green, Dudley, Patrick
Brontë: Father of Genius. Stroud, Gloucestershire: Nonsuch Publishing, 2008.
Miller, Lucasta. The Brontë Myth. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. Tully, James.
The Crimes of Charlotte Bronte. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1999. ARTICLES Ates,
O., Dalyan, L., Müsellim, B. et al, “NRAMP1 (SLC11A1) Gene Polymorphisms that
Correlate with Autoimmune versus Infectious Disease Susceptibility in
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As If

Author: Michael Saler
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Quoted in Juliet Barker, The Brontës (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1994),
262. Ibid., 243. Ibid., 262. Fannie Elizabeth Ratchford, The Brontës' Web of
Childhood (New York: Russell & Russell, Inc., 1964 [1941]), 106. For an overview
of the early reception of the Brontë siblings' writings about their imaginary worlds,
see Fannie Elizabeth Ratchford, Legends of Angria (New Haven, CT: Yale
University Press, 1933), x–xiii. See Barker; Lucasta Miller, The Brontë Myth (New
York: Alfred ...