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Indeed, the best parts of Speaking Out are when Brown appears, Heathcliff-like, to give the drama some much needed oomph. (Alan Taylor)Awesomegang interviews writer Carissa Lusk, who credits her
love of reading and writing to Kate Chopin, Emily Brontë, and my mom.We think it's time for this columnist from Daily Breeze to reread Wuthering Heights:
I have always loved to read British romantic novelists, including Jane Austen, Emily Brontë and Mary Shelley.And we know this piece from The Hairpin is intended as humour, but to us it only comes across as someone with poor reading comprehension skills. Olivia Wild Books writes about her novel The Sex Tourist and Top Withins. Jillysheep posts about The Full Brontë by Victoria Connelly. AnneBrontë.org discusses Hathersage, Jane Eyre and the Brontës.
It is intriguing to learn about how important courtship was in that day and time.
A woman played a vital role in the selection of the man of her dreams. She was usually wooed, admired and sought after for long periods of time. Eventually, she chose her lifelong mate but not until she enjoyed the courting relationship. (Nancy Browning)