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Celebrate Emily Brontë’s birthday with us by reading this FREE collection from Notes and Queries: http://oxford.ly/14VYvc4 #emilybronte
In celebration of Emily Brontë’s 195th birthday on 30th July, we’ve put together a collection of papers published in Notes and Queries about Emily Brontë, and her life and works.
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The Gondal Poems and Emily Brontë (1945)
Emily Brontë and Hamlet (1954)
Wuthering Heights and Shirley - A Parallel (1956)
Joseph's Speech in Wuthering Heights (1960)
Mrs Gaskell's "The Old Nurse's Story": A Link between Wuthering Heights and The Turn of the Screw (1961)
Some sources of Wuthering Heights (1977)
Emily Brontë and Epictetus (1978)
Traditional' Lullabies in Victorian Fiction: Wuthering Heights and Tess of the D'Urbevilles (1988)
Emily Brontë and Fanny Burney (1989)
Emily Brontë, Hamlet, and Wilhelm Meister (1992)
An Inconsistency in Wuthering Heights (1997)
Confounded Commas: Confusion in an Interpretation of Heathcliff (1997)