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3 Books I Struggled to Read

So, it’s been a while… I have been going through some changes in my life which have taken up a lot of my time, such as quit coffee due to my anxiety. 453 more words

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A classic romance: Wuthering Heights

This wasn’t listed in our reading assignments in high school, and the first time I learned that such a book exists was while I was reading… 750 more words

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“I gave him my heart, and he took and pinched it to death; and flung it back to me”
― Emily Brontë (Wuthering Heights)


Joyce Carol Oates on Charlotte and Emily Brontë

Jane Eyre: An Introduction

One of the reasons for Jane Eyre’s authority over her own experience, and the confidence with which she assesses that experience, is that, as the romantically convoluted plot evolves, the reader learns that it is  415 more words

Joyce Carol Oates

The Magnanimity of Wuthering Heights

By Joyce Carol Oates

Originally published in Critical Inquiry, Winter 1983. Reprinted in The Profane Art

Once upon a time, it seems, an English clergyman born Brunty or Branty, self-baptized the more romantic Brontë, brought home to his four children a box of twelve wooden soldiers. 6,846 more words

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The Visionary by Emily Bronte

………………….The Visionary

Silent is the house: all are laid asleep:
One alone looks out o’er the snow-wreaths deep,
Watching every cloud, dreading every breeze
That whirls the ‘wildering drift, and bends the groaning trees. 147 more words


“My Brontë is better than your Brontë”– The Great Vulpes Libris Brontë Slapdown.


So, it was like this: one day last year in the Den, we were talking about directions VL could take, and the idea of a multi-Fox debate was mooted. 3,855 more words

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