The Brontes

The Brontes

Book - 2003
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Come hither, child--who gifted thee
With power to touch that string so well?
--From "Come Hither, Child" by Emily Brontë

Though best known for their novels, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, and siblings Anne and Patrick Branwell, also wrote remarkable poetry. The finest examples from each of the four appear here, and they present fascinating images of nature, character portraits, dark musings, and deeply emotional reflections. From Charlotte comes "The Teacher's Monologue;" Patrick's work includes "Death Triumphant;" Emily offers a series of songs, and Anne is represented by "The Captive Dove," and more.
Publisher: London : Phoenix, 2003, c1997
ISBN: 9780753817452
Branch Call Number: 821.808 Bront 3558
Characteristics: 101 p. --
Alternative Title: Selected poems


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