Anne Bronte

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Noun1.Anne Bronte - English novelist; youngest of three Bronte sisters (1820-1849)
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Whilst l am at it can l make a plea for Anne Bronte - just as smart as her sisters - and her novel Agnes Grey, a true account of the horrors of being a 19th century governess.
WORDWISE: C WHO AM I: Aldous Huxley 10 QUESTIONS: 1 Smash Hits, 2 Anne Bronte, 3 George (Duke of Kent), 4 Uruguay, 5 Riboflavin, 6 Philadelphia, 7 Yangtze, 8 Architecture (Royal Institute of British Architects), 9 Grandstand, 10 Ginger beer
A Charlotte Bronte B Emily Bronte C Jane Austen D Anne Bronte 6.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 Literature At Lunchtime will look at Agnes Grey By Anne Bronte at Loughborough Town Hall on Tuesday, February 26, at noon.
Jessie is played by Irish actress Charlie Murphy, best known for playing police woman Ann Gallagher in Happy Valley and Anne Bronte in To Walk Invisible: The Bronte Sisters.
BEING THE BRONTES (Tonight, BBC2, 9pm) BETWEEN them, Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte wrote such classic novels as Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey, but the sisters' own story has proved to be just as fascinating as their literary creations.
The book offers interesting and insightful studies of novels by Jane Austen (twice), George Eliot, Henry James, Anne Bronte, Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, Wilkie Collins, and William Morris.
In Yorkshire playwright Blake Morrison's We Are Three Sisters (2011), more curiously, they are Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bronte. (2) Henley's, Wasserstein's, and Wertenbaker's plays transpose Chekhov's characters and some of the motifs and themes associated with them to new times and places while ignoring the original dramatic situation and most of the Chekhovian dialogue.
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.