Anne Brontë At The Opera - As dawn broke on the morning of Saturday, 8th July 1848 Anne Brontë found herself in a completely different world. A day earlier, she had been in the famil...
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Mr. Rochester Wears Lycra: and other poems by Liz Keeley
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (12 Feb. 2015)
Liz Keeley has lived in Derbyshire for over thirty years, and the imagery of the Peak District in particular is strongly reflected in many of her poems. Her longstanding interest in nineteenth century history and literature, sparked by reading Jane Eyre as a child, has also been a significant source of inspiration over the years. In this collection, Liz focuses on the themes of love and loss, using a mixture of traditional forms and free verse to question and comment upon relationships from beginning to end.