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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.An intimate insight into Charlotte Bront's life at Haworth Parsonage, her experiences in a Belgian school, and her passionate attraction to Constantin Heger, husband of the school's directress. We learn of the astonishing success of Jane Eyre, Charlotte's agony over the early death of her brother Branwell and of Emily and Anne, and her secret correspondence with and tragically brief happy marriage to Arthur Nicholls, cut short by her death in
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Patsy Stoneman, Review of English Studies Margaret Smith's new Selected Letters is extremely welcome...it represents an impressive achievement of choice; it reads remarkably fluently, and gives us almost all of Charlotte's most powerful letters...This scholarly and affordable volume provides vivid access to Charlotte Bront's inner life through an admirably well-chosen core of accurate, annotated texts.
Mark Bostridge, Independent on Sunday a very welcome selection at an affordable price... Margaret Smith has more than earned the plaudits of Bront lovers for her patient and scrupulous work, in establishing reliable texts of Charlotte's letters, and in annotating them so expertly.
Hannah Hudson, Tribune enhances her reputation as a woman of wit and imagination
BronteBlog a perfect introduction (or re-introduction) to Charlotte Bront's epistolary style, a highly valuable, first-hand source of information on the author who wrote some of the most important novels in English Literature and her siblings. Reading these accurate transcriptions of Charlotte Bront's letters is pure magic - a momentary lapse into what her correspondents might have felt.
<br>Margaret Smith, editor of The Letters of Charlotte Bront: e (3 volumes, OUP, 1995-2004) and co-author with Christine Alexander of The Oxford Companion to the Bront s (OUP, 2003), is a Vice-President of the Bront Society and an Honorary Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Research in Arts and Social Science, University of Birmingham.<br>
List of Letters; Introduction; Chronology; Biographical Notes; LETTERS; Bibliography