BRONTESAURUS: An A-Z


BRONTESAURUS: An A-Z

JOHN SUTHERLAND    Book Number: 85315    Product format: Paperback

Attic Matters, Bigamy, Bog People, Dates, Ghosts, the Hound of Haworth, Idiot Child, Masculinities, Mr Charlotte Brontë, Mrs Arthur Bell Nichols, Opium, Rochester's Wealth, Vampirology, Vegetarianism, Villainy and Windows are among the far-reaching themes we meander through as we enjoy the fascinating world of literature's most famous family. Examining the lives and works of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë and not forgetting their dissolute brother Branwell, we find out what really went on between Charlotte and her married tutor, what became of Emily's mythic follow-up to Wuthering Heights, is Jane Eyre's Mr Rochester a murderer, and why does Heathcliff have such great teeth? Insightful, humorous and thought-provoking. 198pp in illustrated paperback.
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ISBN 9781785782596
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