Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 12:03 am by M. in ,    No comments
The latest issue of The Brontë Society Gazette is now out (Issue 63. April 2014. ISSN 1344-5940).

Letter from the Editor by Helen Krispien
Letter from the Chairman by Sally McDonald, Chairman The Brontë Society Council
Report from the Executive Director by Ann Sumner, Executive Director of the Brontë Society
Brussels, Brontë, Jenkins: a descendant of Evan Jenkins visits Brussels by Helen MacEwan, Brussels Brontë Group
The Parsonage Garden
The Riots at S- by Ian M. Emberson.
Ian Emberson 1936-2013 by Bob Duckett, former editor of Gazette and Brontë Studies
Parsonage People: Charlotte Derry, Membership and Development Officer
Poetry Corner:  The Moor by David Havens
Why I Dislike Heathcliff by Andy Mydellton, CEO Foundation for Endangered Species & Wildlife Zone
Membership News: Dame Margaret Drabble will pick best short story; Launching the year-long 120th anniversary programme of the oldest literary society in the English speaking world, at Christie's in London; Study Day: Words of War; In Memoriam: Frank Kilner; Last Reminder: Brontë Society Conference 2014; New book on the Brontës in Brussels: The Brontës in Brussels by Helen MacEwan; The Brussels Brontë Group takes a virtual walk through the Isabelle Quarter with Eric Ruijssenaars.


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