Emily Bronte


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Noun1.Emily Bronte - English novelist; one of three Bronte sisters (1818-1848)
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Mr Lockwood is one of the main characters in which Emily Bronte novel?
She was 18 when she wrote it inspired by the 1967 mini-series adaptation of the book by Emily Bronte - who she shared a birthday with.
American novelist Alison Case, a professor of English at Williams College in Massachusetts, is to give a lecture on her newly-published work, an original re-telling of the heroic and adored Emily Bronte tale Wuthering Heights.
ON THIS DAY 1848: Emily Bronte, English novelist who wrote Wuthering Heights, died aged 30 from tuberculosis.
KATE MOSSE, AUTHOR - Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte "WUTHERING Heights is a novel I've read during each decade of my life, and it's a different book each time: a ghost story, a story of obsessive love, a story of race and social expectation.
Abbot cites no less than Beckett, Marquez, Melville, Emily Bronte, Toni Morrison, Munroe, Coetzee, Tim O'Brien, Kathryn Harrison, Jeanette Winterson, Gertrude Stein and Henry James and others as users, even masters, of this phenomenon.
Bell also quoted Emily Bronte in the fact that proud people breed sad sorrows for themselves, adding that who would have believed that England thinking they were too good would ever have proved a problem for them.
BORN EDITH Piaf, French singer, 1915 PROFESSOR Longhair, musician, 1918 CICELY Tyson, US actress, 1933, above DIED EMILY Bronte, English author, 1848, above ALOIS Alzheimer, Neurologist, 1915 MARCELLO Mastroianni, actor, 1996
It is feared ferocious Storm Emily, named after Wuthering Heights author Emily Bronte, will bring greater havoc than the St Jude system that killed four Brits in October.
His dam, Emily Bronte, won the Prix des Reservoirs at two and is a half-sister to Zelanda, who won the Listed Flying Fillies Stakes at Pontefract and produced another Prix du Ris-Orangis winner in Time Prisoner plus Empress Stakes winner Pearl Grey.
This paper offers a brief look at some of the meanings, spiritual and otherwise, upon which Emily Bronte may have reflected as she wrote and how these are apparent in her abundant use of three.
Believed to be painted by 19th century English artist Sir Edwin Landseer, it will be included in a two-day fine art and antiques sale later this month at JP Humbert Auctioneers in Northamptonshire, and follows the auction house's sale of a portrait of Emily Bronte for pounds 4,600 and another of the reclusive writer for pounds 23,836 in December.