Publisher description for Charlotte and Emily : a novel of the Brontes / Jude Morgan.


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From an obscure country parsonage came three extraordinary sisters, who defied the outward bleakness of their lives to create the most brilliant literary work of their time. Now, in an astonishingly daring novel by the acclaimed Jude Morgan, the genius of the haunted Brontës is revealed and the sisters are brought to full, resplendent life: Emily, who turned from the world to the greater temptations of the imagination; gentle Anne, who suffered the harshest perception of the stifling life forced upon her; and the brilliant, uncompromising, and tormented Charlotte, who longed for both love and independence, and learned their ultimate price.




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Brontče, Charlotte, -- 1816-1855 -- Fiction.
Brontče, Emily, -- 1818-1848 -- Fiction.
Brontče family -- Fiction.
Women authors -- Fiction.
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.