Blog Posts - Emily Bronte



Kto czyta obcojęzyczne książki- ręka do góry!/ Who reads foreign-language books- raise your hand!

[Scroll down for English]Cześć!Zastanawiałam się, ile spośród zapalonych książkoholików sięga czasem po oryginały lub w ogóle książki wydane w innym języku niż nasz rodzimy. Ja do tej pory przeczytałam kilka książek po angielsku. T...
by Moje pasje on Jan 5, 2016

Famous Quotes about Love from Great Peoples, Love Thoughts, Love Sayings

Here are a few famous quotes about love that have become legends in their own right. I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age forever. Rabindranath Tagore That love is all there is, Is a...
by Positive Inspiring Quotes on May 1, 2015

Be my (Victorian) Valentine?

Last February, I shared some inspiration for literary lines to use whatever your romantic situation on Valentine’s Day. And this year, I’m bringing you even more potential card-fillers (thank me later!). Can you name the novel for each line?The E...
by The Secret Victorianist on Feb 8, 2015

Book Fetish: Volume 135

Lord of the Rings Pillow: One ring to rule them all…and one that’s super comfy and will induce you to take a nap. Right after second breakfast. Wuthering Heights Print: A Riot reader takes both iconic and unusual imagery from our favori...
by Book Riot on Nov 13, 2014

Teaching (Victorian) Literature; or the True and Lamentable Story of Literary Murder

Along with Shakespeare, the Victorian novel is perhaps the greatest victim of the British schooling system. For many, the only nineteenth-century novel they will ever read is a Bronte, Dickens or Hardy ‘ploughed’ through over months of tedious cl...
by The Secret Victorianist on Jan 7, 2014

Famous Quotes about Love from Great Peoples, Love Thoughts, Love Sayings

Here are a few famous quotes about love that have become legends in their own right. I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times, in life after life, in age after age... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for fu...
by Inspiring Quotes on Nov 26, 2013

A Victorian Alphabet: A - Animals in Agnes Grey

In this new series of posts I’ll be looking at 26 different themes/topics included in Victorian literature, beginning with each letter of the alphabet. First up, it’s the role played by animals in Anne Bronte’s 1847 novel Agnes Grey.Many reader...
by The Secret Victorianist on Sep 10, 2013

A Victorian Alphabet: A - Animals in Agnes Grey

In this new series of posts I’ll be looking at 26 different themes/topics included in Victorian literature, beginning with each letter of the alphabet. First up, it’s the role played by animals in Anne Bronte’s 1847 novel Agnes Grey.Many reader...
by The Secret Victorianist on Sep 10, 2013

Victorians in Brief

Whether it’s Wuthering Heights or Tess of the d’Urbervilles, many students’ first introduction to nineteenth-century literature is through a lengthy Victorian novel. How many pages? This is only the first volume? The cries go up from classrooms...
by The Secret Victorianist on Jul 8, 2013

Saturday's Poetry Time

Frida Gustavsson, Mirte Maas, Xiao Wen Ju and Anais Pouliot by Tim Walker for Vogue US May 2012 The night is darkening round me  by Emily Brontë  The night is darkening round me,  The wild winds coldly blow;  But a t...
by misslikey on Jun 1, 2013

Jane Eyre

Superfluous yet lucid language, flowery and fluent tone of the book sets it a classical masterpiece. Not to mention that the book being the forerunner for all poor girl meets rich boy stories and also how an orphan makes a name for herself and a fami...
by Meoww's Musings on Sep 25, 2012

Books Worth Staying Up and Being Poor For

Lots of books are good, but there are those few books that keep us awake at night because they’re too good to put down, or compel us to spend that last £5.00, perhaps even forsake lunch in favour of buying that special find. There are some books t...
by Vikki Littlemore on Jun 26, 2012

Nichola Burley cast in Wuthering Heights

Nichola Burley has joined the cast of the upcoming version of “Wuthering Heights.” Andrea Arnold developed the new version of Emily Bronte’s classic tale, aiming to draw in a new, younger audience to the film. Burley will be playing the …...
by Art Burger on Sep 17, 2010


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