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Speak of the North, a Lonely Moor: Poems of Charlotte, Emily, Anne and Branwell Brontë Compiled by Rebecca Hillary
Lulu.com (5 Sept. 2015)
Speak of the North, a Lonely Moor is a collection of the poems of not only the Brontë sisters, but also of their brother, Branwell, with whom they wrote as children. The title itself comes from a poem by Charlotte, a beautiful and haunting ode to the land they called home, the glorious county of Yorkshire.
Featuring poems on a variety of subjects including and the enchantment of nature, from possibly the most famous literary family in history, the Brontës.