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A Few Big Days


(Images courtesy of Ian Howard)

There’s been a flurry of activity over the last couple of weeks, despite the fact that the production itself won’t launch until November! 535 more words


Reading Somerset Maugham on Emily Brontë

I have been reading some of the literary criticism essays in Somerset Maugham’s book (mentioned in a recent post), beginning obviously enough with those about books that I have read. 1,267 more words


Introducing our Student Engagement Project

I’m very pleased to introduce the third strand of our conference: the Student Engagement Project. As we plan Placing the Author and run our online projects, Claire, Joanna and I will be assisted by three enthusiastic undergraduates from our respective institutions, Laura Lutton from Bishop Grosseteste University, Beatrice Lord from the University of York, and Holly Williams from Keele University. 613 more words

Bronte Parsonage

Branwell's legacy: David's postcard from the Black Bull, Haworth

Why I went and what I got out of the experience…

I suppose the odd thing about the Black Bull in Haworth being a site of literary tourism is that it is the place where Branwell Bronte was when he should have been elsewhere actually doing some writing. 114 more words

Postcard Gallery

Judith Redman: errant wife or mistreated spouse?

On the 29th July, 1760, and again a week later on the 5th August, the Leeds Intelligencer newspaper carried the following warning about an errant wife. 633 more words