Brontë Studies: The Journal of the Brontë Society, Volume 27 Part 2 July 2002

Publication Date 2002
Publisher Bronte Society
Binding Paperback
Condition Very good copy
SKU 18351
Notes Hint of rubbing to points. Clean and sound.


Paginated 91-180pp. Articles include: The Brontës in Japan: How Jane Eyre was received in the Meiji Period (1868-1912); Fantasies of Death and Violence in the Early Juvenilia of Charlotte Brontë (1829-32); Echoes of Aristotle: Rochester’s Rhetorical Ploys in Jane Eyre; Animals in Wuthering Heights; Voices of Subversion and Narrative Closure in Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall; Two Wooler sisters’ Portraits; Of Mice and Manuscripts: Curating at the Brontë Parsonage Museum; The Brontë Garden; Tuberculosis and the Brontë Family; Through a Child’s Eyes: A Reference to Vilette; Conflict Resolution by the Brontës: Jayne Ayre - A Case in Point.; etc.
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