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Emily Brontë: Alone I Sat, The Summer Day

Alone I sat; the summer day
Had died in smiling light away;
I saw it die, I watched it fade
From misty hill and breezeless glade;

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July 2015 To-Be-Read (TBR)

Hey Everyone!

So I don’t know if this is an actual blog thing, but I decided to give it a go. I know it’s a thing over on YouTube, but for lack of a better blog post for today, this is what you get! 406 more words


Early One Morning

An hour’s sleep before midnight is worth two after.

The early bird catches the worm.

Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. 719 more words


Book Review -- The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848) by Anne Brontë

[This is the tenth instalment in my No Man’s Land Reading Project.]

I haven’t read many English novels from the mid-19th century. I’ve never read a work by Dickens, for instance, although others come to mind: George Eliot ( 874 more words


Crushed By Bronte

I have hopelessly fallen in love with a fictional character. I couldn’t explain it, for I am a living soul and she is not. I thought that it was the book’s fault. 977 more words

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An Ode to the Classics

Hello Everyone!

I’m ashamed to say this, but I’ve never read a classic and enjoyed it. Don’t hate me! I can explain, I promise.

Since I was about ten or eleven (don’t remember the exact age) I have been reading Shakespeare, Austin, and a wide array of other “classic” authors. 488 more words