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Genoemd persoon: Charlotte Brontë; Emily Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Emily Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Emily Brontë
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Judith O'Neill
ISBN: 0870240986 9780870240980
OCLC-nummer: 2266
Beschrijving: 115 pages 21 cm.
Inhoud: Charlotte Bronte. The early reviews / G.H. Lewes and Lady Eastlake ; Charlotte Bronte / David Cecil ; Jane Eyre / Kathleen Tillotson ; Charlotte Bronte's New Gothic Robert B. Heilman ; Shirley / Melvin R. Watson ; Villette and the life of the mind / Robert A. Colby --
Emily Bronte. The early reviews / Sydney Dobell, Lady Eastlake, G.H. Lewes ; Wuthering heights / Charlotte Bronte ; Wuthering Heights / Virginia Woolf ; The structure of Wuthering Heights / C.P. Sanger ; The style of Wuthering Heights / Irene Cooper-Willis ; Emily Bronte's Romanticism / Derek Traversi ; The metaphors in Wuthering Heights / Mark Schorer ; The window image in Wuthering Heights / Dorothy Van Ghent ; Nelly as narrator / J.F. Goodridge ; The rejection of Heathcliff? / Miriam Allott ; An analysis of Wuthering Heights ; Passion and control in Wuthering Heights / Vincent Buckley ; Infanticide and sadism in Wuthering Heights / Wade Thompson ; Themes of isolation and exile / J. Hillis Miller ; Emily Bronte's poetry / Mary Visick.
Serietitel: Readings in literary criticism, 2.

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