Preventing a French Villette, or did Charlotte really try? - There’s nothing to suggest Charlotte Brontë did indeed implore Smith, Elder & Co to prevent a French translation, as Gérin said. Many letters she wrote to ...
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The Brontës. The Critical HeritageBrontë scholarship has been very copious in the last century and a half. Hundreds of books have been published and thousands of papers have appeared in the specialized journals. Among this huge amount of publications there are a few true milestones that can be considered turning points. A before and after in Brontëana. In the last forty years we can list, without being exhaustive, Juliet Barker's The Brontës, Christine Alexander and Margaret Smith's The Oxford Companion to the Brontës, Christine Alexander and Jane Sellars's The Art of the Brontës, Robert and Louise Barnard's A Brontë Encyclopedia, Margaret Smith's Letters of Charlotte Brontë, Patsy Stoneman's Brontë Transformations: The Cultural Dissemination of Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre, Lucasta Miller's The Brontë Myth... or Miriam Allott's The Brontës. A Critical Heritage.
Edited by Professor Miriam Allott
* ISBN: 978-0-415-56878-4
* Binding: Paperback
* Published by: Routledge
* Publication Date: 10/02/2010
* Pages: 496
Volume I: Recollections, Obituaries, General Nineteenth-Century Studies, Writers on the Brontës(3) Regrettably, the printing is a bit defective, at least in our copy. The quality of the printing is clearly improvable on the first twelve pages.
Volume II: Assessments of Juvenilia, poetry, Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wilfell Hall.
Volume III: Assessments of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights.
Volume IV: Assessments of Shirley, Villette, and The Professor; Critical Essays on the Brontës; Twentieth-Century Comparative Studies.