Anne Bronte


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Noun1.Anne Bronte - English novelist; youngest of three Bronte sisters (1820-1849)
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Anne Bronte and Wildfell Hall (left) | Anne Bronte and Wildfell Hall (left) A RAR RE rst edition copy of e Tenant of Wildfell Hall by former Mireld governess Anne Bronte is set to fetch around PS7,000 when it comes up for auction.
In Yorkshire playwright Blake Morrison's We Are Three Sisters (2011), more curiously, they are Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte.
For the same reason, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte began by writing as Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell.
From there we headed back to the car, via the castle and St Mary's Church to find the grave of writer Anne Bronte who died in the resort, aged 29, in 1849 from tuberculosis.
1 ( ANI ): Anne Bronte, sister of Charlotte and Emily, has been given a new gravestone after 164 years to correct a mistake in the original.
The Four Brontes: The Life and Works of Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne Bronte.
The village of Haworth is inspiring, with its atmospheric streets and famous parsonage, home of the Bronte family including sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte from 1820-61 (01535 642323, bronte.
For six days in June, July or September, Wayfarers walkers can enjoy a culturally enriching sojourn along the Bronte Trail, an area eloquently described by Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte more than a century ago.
This study, part of the Oxford World's Classics' 'Authors in Context' series, sets out to discuss the work not of one author but of three: Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte.
Since Anne Bronte as an individual does not have the "mythic stature" of her sisters, the book concentrates mostly on Charlotte and Emily.
There's nothing better for an autumnal Sunday night than thwarted passion from 19th-century English writer Anne Bronte in the excellent ``Mobil Masterpiece Theatre'' production of ``The Tenant of Wildfell Hall,'' premiering at 9 p.