I Love Charlotte Bronte

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    The Bronte sisters kick Jane Austen's ***! (In a cage fight, too, I would guess). Not to mention, Anne Bronte was born on my birthday...so we're soul sisters.
    SweetbriarPoet SweetbriarPoet
    26-30, F
    Jul 8, 2008

    if each word is a step then she walks toward

    you if each thought is a gift she offers most cherished ones you cannot ignore her singular way with the inner-eye of a sage of viewing life ~ intuitivefeeling ©
    iNtuitiveFEeling iNtuitiveFEeling
    56-60, M
    1 Response Jun 21, 2014

    Favourite Bronte Sister

    I've only ever read Jane Eyre by her. And loved it. From beginning to end, that book was fantastic. There's no a part I could single out to say is the best. It all was. Big big big big big thumbs up to Charlotte Bronte!! My favourite out of the Bronte sisters!
    Luangi Luangi
    18-21, F
    Feb 20, 2008

    A Sign Of A Nobility

    I think she is a sign of a real nobility. It is a woman, whose character is not met as often as we use to know her.
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    Feb 1, 2013

    I Love Charlotte Bronte

    Hi, my name is Michelle Daly and I live in the UK. I love Charlotte Bronte so much I have just published a novel entitled, I Love Charlotte Bronte, available  from Authorhouse Uk and USA from January 24th 09. You can also read my blog about Jane Eyre on...
    Michelledaly Michelledaly
    1 Response Jan 25, 2009

    Jane Eyre

    I first read Jane Eyre when I was 11, I remember it being the first novel I actually feared ending and made a plan to ration the remaining pages out.  Which of course, did not work, as never does when you are completely submerged within a book.  I then visited Haworth...
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    1 Response Jun 11, 2008

    Charlotte Bronte was a free-spirited woman of

    the 19th century. She had a thought life of her own: soulful, gentle; youthful in outlook and liberal in her transparency. Her spirit lives on through her awesome novels. Some passages are worth reading over and over because of their depth and pathos.
    iNtuitiveFEeling iNtuitiveFEeling
    56-60, M
    May 11, 2014

    Emily Is No Slouch

    Having read Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre back to back a few years ago, the difference in the sister's writing styles was very striking. Emily's style is much, much leaner and more muscular, so to speak. She is terse, and she gets the job done.  Wuthering Heights is mostly...
    nerdoleptic nerdoleptic
    46-50, F
    1 Response Mar 11, 2008
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