‘Take courage, Charlotte, take courage’. - Anne Brontë’s final words to her sister Charlotte were ‘Take courage, Charlotte, take courage’, and they have proved to be inspirational not only to her ...
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In summer, lying on my back in the long grass and imagining myself Catherine Earnshaw in the harsh Yorkshire Moors between the Wuthering Heights and Thrushcross Grange.
I had a rather Gothic imagination, even then.
Per quanto riguarda le sue letture preferisce la letteratura del Rinascimento, del calibro di Emily Brontë e Edmund Spenser; e uno scrittore georgiano del 20° secolo, Flannery O'Connor. (Lucia Raso)Then again, the original, word-for-word blunder seems to come from the Georgia Center for the Book:
And she admits that when it comes to her own reading, she prefers Renaissance literature, the likes of Emily Brontë and Edmund Spenser, and a 20th century Georgia writer, Flannery O'Connor.The Brontë Parsonage Blog has a post on a Brussels Brontë Group member's trip to Patrick Brontë's homeland. Kawagishi writes about a trip to Haworth. Writergurlny continues her Brontë posts with one on Wuthering Heights: Wild and Wanton Edition.