Emily Bronte

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Noun1.Emily Bronte - English novelist; one of three Bronte sisters (1818-1848)
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A literary expert quit the Bronte Society in a row over model and actress Lily Cole being named "creative partner" for the museum's 200th anniversary celebrations of Wuthering Heights author Emily Bronte.
The Complete Poems of Emily Bronte" by Emily Bronte Well known for her iconic novel "Wuthering Heights", English Victorian writer Emily Bronte wrote dozens of poems about various themes.
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The writer also received praise for his work on other celebrated authors such as Jane Austen, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, and Joseph Conrad.
3 A nature reserve near Haworth, West Yorks, home of Emily Bronte and her sisters, has become a haunt for outdoor sex fans.
Ambrose presents discourse on selected nineteenth-century authors such as Charlotte and Emily Bronte, George Eliot, Theodor Storm, and Lev Tolstoy, in order to explore the oWoman Questiono using a revisionist semiotic approach.
Mr Lockwood is one of the main characters in which Emily Bronte novel?
As Eagland states in the author's note, this is a fictional imagining of what Emily Bronte might have been like, using bits of actual events in sometimes inaccurate ways to further the story.
ON THIS DAY 1848: Emily Bronte, English novelist who wrote Wuthering Heights, died aged 30 from tuberculosis.
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