[ Audible ] The Bronte Sisters: The Brief Lives of Charlotte, Emily, and AnneAuthor Catherine Reef – Biorganicenergy.co

Romance and heartache and doom, oh my This beautifully written and researched account reads like a novel, with rich and evocative language The New York Times Book Review For readers discovering the wonder of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, this collective biography of the Bront family fills in fascinating detail of their personal and public livesa stirring biography Booklist, starred review Gracefully plotted, carefully researchedA solid and captivating look at these remarkable pioneers of modern fiction Kirkus, starred review A detail rich look at the lives of theBront sisters, whose work shocked, entertained, and provoked the mindsof their Victorian audiences A comprehensive introduction to the authors behind some of the most studied novels in English literature Publishers Weekly, starred review For anyone who has ever loved the romantic yet melancholy Heathcliff or the determined Jane Eyre, this book belongs on your shelf The Huffington Post This biography for middle schoolers introduces a fascinating, close knit family with lively imaginations who liked nothing better than to run free on the moors that surrounded their home and make up stories and poems about imaginary kingdoms Bulletinof the Center for Children s Books If you re in search of a readable, yet detailed, biography of the Bronte sisters, then look no further than Reef s account, an ideal supplement to any student s reading of the Bronte classics EWThe Bront sisters are among the most beloved writers of all time, best known for their classic nineteenth century novels Jane Eyre Charlotte , Wuthering Heights Emily , and Agnes Grey Anne In this sometimes heartbreaking young adult biography, Catherine Reef explores the turbulent lives of these literary siblings and the oppressive times in which they lived Bront fans will also revel in the insights into their favorite novels, the plethora of poetry, and the outstanding collection ofthan sixty black and white archival images A powerful testimony to the life of the mind Endnotes, bibliography, index