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Emily Brontë: Freedom from Absolute Sorrow

The quietest ‘groan’, for Emily Brontë, could suggest that earthly sorrow has an absolute quality:

One hardly uttered groan –

But that has hushed all vocal joy,

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“Every leaf speaks bliss to me fluttering from the autumn tree.” Emily Bronte

To those that celebrate Thanksgiving, happy early Thanksgiving! I hope today can be a day you enjoy with those you love and reflect on the many things you can be grateful for.

Quote Of The Day

“We come spinning out of nothingness scattering stars like dust.
The stars form a circle and in the center we dance.”

Fairy Beauty Scattering Stars…

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Unpublished Charlotte Bronte story and poem unearthed

An unpublished story and poem by Charlotte Bronte has been discovered in a much-loved book owned by her mother, Maria Bronte.

Maria died when her six children – including the authors Emily, Anne and Charlotte – were very young. 201 more words


Wuthering Heights - Emily Brontë

“Heathcliff, it’s me, your Cathy// I’ve come home. I’m so cold!// Let me in-a-your window.”

Whilst this might come as a disappointment to some, no this isn’t a review of Kate Bush’s 1978 classic rendition of Wuthering Heights, but rather the novel that inspired it. 172 more words

Characters for Autumn: All About the Fall "Feels"!

Last week I participated in my monthly Golden Heart blog party with the theme “favorite holiday books”. But instead of talking about A Christmas Carol or The Polar Express, I made a case for the  2,328 more words


I Miss Books

Since I arrived in the Gold Coast I seem to have found very little time to read, which makes me so sad! It’s my favourite thing to do, but I’ve been pretty busy (and bloody exhausted) so it hasn’t been easy to find the time for it. 381 more words

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