Emily Brontë Winifred Gérin

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Emily Brontë  by  Winifred Gérin

Emily Brontë by Winifred Gérin
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Winifred Gérins Emily Brontë marks the culmination of seventeen years research and completes her cycle of Brontë biographies begun in 1959 with Anne Brontë, followed in 1961 with Bramwell Brontë, and in 1967 with Charlotte Brontë: the Evolution ofMoreWinifred Gérins Emily Brontë marks the culmination of seventeen years research and completes her cycle of Brontë biographies begun in 1959 with Anne Brontë, followed in 1961 with Bramwell Brontë, and in 1967 with Charlotte Brontë: the Evolution of Genius which obtained three major literary awards.Emily Brontë has been the subject of numerous literary studies, but there have been few informed biographies of her.

The present author brings to the task three distinctive assets: her previous works on the Brontës, her first-hand study of MSS, and her intimate knowledge of the Haworth scene through ten years residence in the village.The result is not only a portrait of a singular genius but of a mind in growth. Emily is shown in girlhood and in adolescence as susceptible to the influences of her time - religious, regional and literary - and Gondal in the true perspective of its Gothic and Romantic prototypes. The metaphysical and thematic parallels between Gondal and Wuthering Heights are made the subject of special analysis, and the full texts of Emilys significant French Essays are given for the first time.(Book description taken from front inside jacket flap)



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