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The Brontës in the World of the ArtsThe Brontës in the World of the Arts is a compilation of eleven articles covering widely different approaches to the relationship of different artistic manifestations (particularly music and painting) and the works of the Brontës. Juliette Wells and Sandra Hagan have edited the volume and have also contributed a couple of papers (three if we count the collaboration between Juliette Wells and Ruth A. Solie).
Edited by Sandra Hagan, Vancouver Island University, Canada, and Juliette Wells, Manhattanville College, USA
Series : The Nineteenth Century Series
* Imprint: Ashgate
* Illustrations: Includes 21 b&w illustrations and 1 music example
* Published: September 2008
* Format: 234 x 156 mm
* Extent: 270 pages
* Binding: Hardback
* ISBN: 978-0-7546-5752-1
* Price : £55.00 » Online: £49.50
No major mistakes in the KB essay [apart for the writers claim that the shimmering white dress WH video preceeded the cow paddock romping red dress one]. Unfortunately towards the end of the chapter things gets very confused between the various Cathys and Catherines and Kates and even the Kick Inside song. Hopefully it will all be sorted out in the wash [and the books second edition].Categories: Books, Review, Scholar