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By Heather Glen

This stimulating learn considers how Charlotte Brontë's writings have interaction with an entire variety of concerns of their time. via a chain of recent readings of ostensibly recognized texts, Heather Glen finds a Charlotte Brontë extra alert to her old second and much extra aesthetically refined than she has frequently been taken to be.

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