Person    | Female  Born 17/1/1820  Died 28/5/1849

Anne Brontë

Categories: Literature

Novelist and poet. Born Yorkshire. Youngest member of the Bonte literary family. Novels: 'Agnes Grey', 'Tenant of Wildfell Hall'. See Charlotte Brontë for more.

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Anne Brontë

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CI - 8 - Books

This carving depicts the two Brontë sisters meeting Thackeray, but rather fai...

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Stoke Newington Literary Festival

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Dick Whittington's cat

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De Profundis

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Letter written by Oscar Wilde to Lord Alfred Douglas whilst he was imprisoned in Reading Gaol. The title means 'from the depths' and recounts the relationship that the pair shared. It  criticises D...

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