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Bronte Street bench

A quick sketch of Bronte Street in Haworth from my recent trip up north. I think this one will become a full painting at some point.

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The Brönte Sisters revisited and a new book, well, two! @LucciaGray revisits #JaneEyre

Hi all:

As  you know I’ve dedicated (and hope to carry on soon) some posts to classic writers. More recently it struck me that there are modern books, many times by indie writers, that either revisit old classics, giving them a twist, or like in the case of today’s author, tell us ‘what happened next’ for some of our favourite books. 1,180 more words

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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Wuthering Heights has been dividing audiences for nearly two centuries. You’ll either be besotted upon first reading, or hate it with the fire of a thousand suns. 1,263 more words

Books

On my way to Haworth...

it only seems fitting to be reading poetry.

More posts to follow…

Literature

WRITERS' HOUSES

The other day I visited the Brontë Parsonage Museum (see above) in Haworth, Yorkshire.  I haven’t visited many writers’ houses mainly because I’ve suspected I might be bored by them but this did not bore me at all. 187 more words

ON WRITING

Hawksbys, Haworth

I am excited to have a lovely new stockist; Hawksbys in Haworth.

I had visited the gallery a bit ago and just swooned at their beautiful displays and lovely artwork. 30 more words

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