Biographical Notes On the Pseudonymous Bells



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  • ebook
  • 11 pages
  • Biographical Notes On the Pseudonymous Bells
  • Charlotte Brontë
  • English
  • 05 April 2018

10 thoughts on “Biographical Notes On the Pseudonymous Bells

  1. Chris says:

    This is worth reading if you like the Brontes It is Charlotte s response to the debate about the novels of her sisters It is actually rather moving to read her comments not on the novels but also on her sisters.

  2. Phil Syphe says:

    This is a short document featuring two of Charlotte s introductions to Bront novels.The first is taken from the 1950 edition of Jayne Eyre , in which Charlotte confirms that Acton, Ellis, and Currer Bell are not the same author using different pen names She goes on to confirm the true identities of the Bells are really Anne, Emily, and herself.I found it interesting to read Charlotte s points of view on her siblings and their work The only thing I totally disagree with her on is her negati This is a short document featuring two of Charlotte s introductions to Bront novels.The first is taken from the 1950 edition of Jayne Eyre , in which Charlotte confirms that Acton, Ellis, and Currer Bell are not the same...

  3. Aubrey says:

    An interesting, quick read having not read a lot of the Bronte sisters works, or studied the time period, it wasn t of huge interest to me anyway, but it was definitely interesting to learnabout the 3 sisters and how they approached becoming authoresses.

  4. John Hutton says:

    I read this from my classics collection on a dell axim.

  5. Jackson Matthews says:

    I have not started yet I just want to remember how great is serendipity

  6. Lapsus Linguae says:

    For some reasons, Charlotte was unable to understand her sisters ideas and motifs Despite this she was a loving sister.

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