The Poetic World of Emily Brontë, published by Sussex Academic Press, is out and available on Amazon. Who might enjoy this book? Anyone who has read Wuthering Heights, has an interest in the Brontës, or 19th Century poetry, or likes poetry, biography, or discussions of literature. Unlike any other collection of Brontë’s poetry, this book arranges selected poems by thematic topic: nature, mutability, love, death, captivity and freedom, hope and despair, imagination, and spirituality. It gives a biographical and literary context for Brontë’s poetry and interpretations or explanations after each poem, with many references to Wuthering Heights.
Emily Bronte, the Poet
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