Monday, September 16, 2013

Monday, September 16, 2013 7:19 am by Cristina in , , , ,    No comments
It's a quiet day in Brontëland so far. But there are always people reading, and posting about, the Brontës on the blogosphere:

Dave's Reading JournalStuffed Shelves and All stories are about wolves all post about Wuthering Heights. Edge of seventeen reviews Jane, the fox & me (the English translation of Jane, le renard et moi, of course) by Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault. Paperblog has a post in Spanish on the book Well-Read Women. Portraits of Fiction’s Most Beloved Heroines by Samantha Hahn.

EDIT: On BBC One, Street Patrol UK has featured a brief story about the Brontë Bell Chapel in Thornton. Regrettably on the website they get it completely wrong:
Featuring the community coppers who are facing a daily fight against gangs on a housing estate; the heritage officers working to stop vandalism in the Brontë family churchyard in Haworth; and the police bring an end to the daily terror faced by vulnerable members of a day centre at the hands of teenage hooligans.
Not the Brontë family churchyard and not in Haworth. The Brontë Bell Chapel Facebook Group is disappointed:
If you missed the piece on the bronte bell chapel today on BBC 1 11am Street Patrol uk. you can catch it on the Iplayer. About 25 minutes into the show we are on. A bit of publicity but not the sales pitch we were hoping for the plates. Disappointing.


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