Page wall post by The Brontë Society - The Brontë Society: Mary Taylor writes to Ellen Nussey from New Zealand, 24 February 1854. She chastises Ellen for her disapproving attitude towards Charl...
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takes place in the Regency Era and is filled with mysterious thematic elements reminiscent of "Jane Eyre." (Laurinda Tapper)And this is how the Philadelphia Inquirer describes the debut album by Lady Lamb the Beekeeper:
Her sparsely arranged debut, Ripely Pine, suggests spiritual wanderings among the moors of Wuthering Heights or the dusty campfire settings of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. (A.D. Amorosi)Becky's Book Reviews posts about Jane Eyre 2006.