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Charlotte Brontë; 1816-1916; a centenary memorial, prepared by the Brontë society, ed. by Butler Wood, F.R.S.L., with a foreword by Mrs. Humphry Ward and 3 maps and 28 illustrations.

Author: Brontë family.; Butler Wood; Brontë Society.
Publisher: New York, E.P. Dutton & Co. 1918.
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Brontë Society.
Charlotte Brontë; 1816-1916.
New York, E.P. Dutton & Co. 1918
(OCoLC)647449877
Named Person: Charlotte Brontë
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brontë family.; Butler Wood; Brontë Society.
OCLC Number: 657092
Description: 330 pages illustrations, 21 cm
Contents: Foreword, by Mrs. Humphry Ward.- Introduction.- Some thoughts on Charlotte Bronte, by Mrs. Humphry Ward.- A word on Charlotte Bronte, by Edmund Gosse.- Charlotte Bronte as a romantic, by G.K. Chesterton.- Charlotte Bronte: a personal sketch, by A.C. Benson.- Centenary address at Haworth, by the Right Rev. Bishop Welldon.- Charlotte Bronte in Brussels, by M.H. Spielmann.- Story of the Bronte society, by H.E. Wroot.- The place of Charlotte Bronte in nineteenth century fiction, by Richard Garnett.- Charlotte and Emily Bronte: a comparison and a contrast, by C.E. Vaughan.- Charlotte Bronte in London, by Sir Sidney Lee.- The spirit of the moors, by Halliwell Sutcliffe.- The Brontes as artists and prophets, by J.K. Snowden.- A Bronte itinerary, by Butler Wood.- -Index.

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