Triumph And Tragedy: Anne Brontë In London - When Anne Brontë, accompanied by her sister Charlotte, arrived in London on the dawn of 8th July 1848 they had intended to stay for one night only and retu...
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Lisa Mayo Murphy (Author), Leanne Mayo (Contributor)
Paperback: 310 pages / Ebook
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 14, 2011)
God's Singers brings together under one cover the fascinating life stories and poetry of Emily Dickinson, Christina Rossetti, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Emily Brontë. Their lives are examined, contrasted and compared in a concise and engaging narrative. Their poetry, when read within the contexts of their lives, is more accessible than ever to readers everywhere. God's Singers is, quite simply, poetry unwrapped.
Evaporation I (Haversham in Your Head) Martha Haversham
February 6, 2013
You are warmly invited into artist Martha Haversham's head for her latest work - Evaporation I.
Inspired to create something meaningful from a weekend away in Haworth, home of the Brontës, Haversham sets out to make an artwork worthy of all those poor souls who haunt visitors to the Parsonage.
This is the process of making art - join her for the journey.
A private tour of my reponse to visits to Haworth and the Brontë Parsonage.