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The Works of Charlotte Bronte By Charlotte Bronte
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This collection has all of the following books: Life of Charlotte Brontë by E.C. Gaskell Poems by Currer Bell Jane Eyre Shirley Villette The Professor
Charlotte Bronte Series: Villette (With Illustrated Biography) By Charlotte Bronte
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Villette is not as often read as Jane Eyre. Many readers, even those who admire Brontë, have no idea she wrote more than one novel. Villette often languishes unread on library shelves, attended... More > to only by graduate students or literary scholars. Villette is in many ways a difficult novel. There is nothing immediately accessible about the heroine, Lucy Snowe, and the darkness of despair always seems to be lurking under the surface of the narrative, even during happy episodes. The extreme caginess of the narrator, and her unreliability, make the novel different in many ways not only from Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre but also many other novels from that time period. Brontë was exploring the literary ideas of point of view and first-person narration, but her work is not experimental. It is masterful in its execution, yet it is not what readers usually expect from a Victorian Gothic novel. ISBN: 978-1-105-09779-9< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series: Shirley (With Illustrated Biography) By Charlotte Bronte
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Introduction Childhood and Early Life Jane Eyre Characters Summary Themes Morality God and Religion Social Class Gender Relations Love and Passion Independence Atonement and... More > Forgiveness Search for Home and Family Context Literary Motifs and Allusions Shirley Villette The Professor Emma Brown Shirley 379< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series: Jane Eyre (With Illustrated Biography) By Charlotte Bronte
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Jane Eyre is assessed as the best novel written by Charlotte Bronte. It was published in 1847; Jane Eyre brought almost instant fame to its obscure author, the daughter of a clergyman in a small mill... More > town in northern England. On the surface, the novel embodies stock situations of the Gothic novel genre such as mystery, horror, and the classic medieval castle setting; many of the incidents border on (and cross over into) melodrama. The story of the young heroine is also in many ways conventional—the rise of a poor orphan girl against overwhelming odds, whose love and determination eventually redeem a tormented hero. ISBN: 978-1-105-09765-2< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series: The Professor-(With Illustrated Biography) By Charlotte Bronte
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Introduction Childhood and Early Life Jane Eyre Characters Summary Chapters 1–4 Chapters 5–10 Chapters 11–26 Chapters 27–35 Chapters... More > 36–38 Themes Morality God and Religion Social Class Gender Relations Love and Passion Independence Atonement and Forgiveness Search for Home and Family Context Literary Motifs and Allusions Shirley Villette The Professor Emma Brown The Professor Preface Chapter 1 to Chapter 25 ISBN: 978-1-105-09771-3< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series-Jane Eyre-With Illustrated Biography By Charlotte Bronte
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The red-room was a square chamber, very seldom slept in, I might say never, indeed, unless when a chance influx of visitors at Gateshead Hall rendered it necessary to turn to account all the... More > accommodation it contained: yet it was one of the largest and stateliest chambers in the mansion. A bed supported on massive pillars of mahogany, hung with curtains of deep red damask, stood out like a tabernacle in the centre; the two large windows, with their blinds always drawn down, were half shrouded in festoons and falls of similar drapery; the carpet was red; the table at the foot of the bed was covered with a crimson cloth; the walls were a soft fawn colour with a blush of pink in it; the wardrobe, the toilet-table, the chairs were of darkly polished old mahogany. Out of these deep surrounding shades rose high, and glared white, ..... .. ISBN: 978-1-257-82953-8< Less
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Minnie having departed in clean cap and smart shawl, we, too, set out, leaving the house solitary and silent — silent, at least, but for the ticking of the clock. We were soon clear of... More > Brussels; the fields received us, and then the lanes, remote from carriage-resounding chaussees . Ere long we came upon a nook, so rural, green, and secluded, it might have been a spot in some pastoral English province; a bank of short and mossy grass, under a hawthorn, offered a seat too tempting to be declined; we took it, and when we had admired and examined some English-looking wild-flowers growing at our feet, I recalled Frances’ attention and my own to the topic touched on at breakfast.< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series-Villette-With Illustrated Biography By Charlotte Bronte
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The door opened — his “little treasure” came in. She was dressed, so to speak, in evening beauty; that animation which sometimes comes with the close of day, warmed her eye and... More > cheek; a tinge of summer crimson heightened her complexion; her curls fell full and long on her lily neck; her white dress suited the heat of June. Thinking me alone, she had brought in her hand the letter just written — brought it folded but unsealed. I was to read it. When she saw her father, her tripping step faltered a little, paused a moment — the colour in her cheek flowed rosy over her whole face. .... ISBN: 978-1-257-82980-4< Less
Charlotte Bronte Series-The Professor-With Illustrated Biography By Charlotte Bronte
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Minnie having departed in clean cap and smart shawl, we, too, set out, leaving the house solitary and silent — silent, at least, but for the ticking of the clock. We were soon clear of... More > Brussels; the fields received us, and then the lanes, remote from carriage-resounding chaussees . Ere long we came upon a nook, so rural, green, and secluded, it might have been a spot in some pastoral English province; a bank of short and mossy grass, under a hawthorn, offered a seat too tempting to be declined; we took it, and when we had admired and examined some English-looking wild-flowers growing at our feet, I recalled Frances’ attention and my own to the topic touched on at breakfast.< Less
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The door opened — his “little treasure” came in. She was dressed, so to speak, in evening beauty; that animation which sometimes comes with the close of day, warmed her eye and... More > cheek; a tinge of summer crimson heightened her complexion; her curls fell full and long on her lily neck; her white dress suited the heat of June. Thinking me alone, she had brought in her hand the letter just written — brought it folded but unsealed. I was to read it. When she saw her father, her tripping step faltered a little, paused a moment — the colour in her cheek flowed rosy over her whole face. .... ISBN: 978-1-257-82980-4< Less