Monday, May 17, 2021

Monday, May 17, 2021 7:49 am by Cristina in , , , ,    No comments
A Grade 11 student writes about Anne Brontë for Prince George Citizen.
Anne is often overlooked when placed alongside her two sisters, Charlotte and Emily, the former of which is most widely known, due to her immensely successful and remarkable novel, Jane Eyre. The feminist community, however, has surely not forgotten her, for in the words of Lucy Mangan, Anne is “the forgotten genius - a feminist and social firebrand whose ideas were way over Charlotte’s head and years before their time.” [...]
Feminism is to remember Anne in her spirit, and to remember Anne in her final words, striving to do just what she said before leaving our world, “take courage.” (Noor Zohdy)
According to Daily Mail,
As a society we have always been fascinated by marital infidelity. From Jane Eyre to Lady Chatterley’s Lover, literature has long been peppered with betrayals. (India Sturgis)
A reader of Press Herald recommends Sheila Kohler's Becoming Jane Eyre. AnneBrontë.org has a post on 'The Brontës And The Return Of The Railway Children' with pictures of the transformation of some local shops for the shooting. Brontë Babe Blog posts about the juvenilia story The Keep of the Bridge by Charlotte Brontë.


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