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English Authors Series: Anne Bronte

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
This book studies the life and writing of Anne Bronte, the youngest child of the celebrated Bronte family. While recognising her family context, Frawley establishes Anne as an innovative and important writer in her own right, covering the full range of Bronte's work, including her poetry. Frawley employs up-to-date feminist theory and theory of autobiography, as well as li ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published August 14th 1996 by Twayne Publishers (first published 1996)
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Amy Wolf
Jan 30, 2013 Amy Wolf rated it liked it
Considering that Anne only left behind a sheaf of Diary Papers written on her birthday, it's very difficult to write a bio of her. Frawley tries, but doesn't get much beyond the "silence & secrecy" theory of Anne's life. I think that reading Charlotte's Biographical Portrait of her sisters is more illuminating, and that's just a few pages.
Katie Herring
Jun 07, 2016 Katie Herring rated it liked it
Shelves: biographic
I read this last, so I had a lot of background by the time I got to this one. It wasn't as enjoyable as Langland's as it was more informational, but I did get some valuable insight from it.
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