Who really wrote Wuthering Heights?
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The forgotten genius: why Anne wins the battle of the Brontës
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The secret history of Jane Eyre: Charlotte Brontë's private fantasy stories
Wuthering Heights still here. Bronte Parsonage Museum website. Bronte Parsonage Blog. Poem from here with thanks. How Clear she shines video from AnoisNl. Quite a while ago I wrote a post about the portraits of Charlotte Bronte, speculating on how she may have looked. The discussion was furthered by Mr James Grozny, owner of a mysterious painting he aquired at auction. He speculated that his painting which can be seen below was by the artist Edwin Landseer and features the sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte.
All can be explained in the comments and corrospondence over at Echostains sister site. Anticipating that a debate is ahead, I have decided to dedicate a page to this interesting subject and wish for all further comments to be posted here. This subject still fascinates me though, so I was intrigued to read recently that James Gorin Von Grosny from Devon had bought a painting whom he believes are the Bronte sisters, painted by Edwin Lanseer. Even the way that the owner aquired this portrait is unusual in itself read it HERE.
The whole story is intriguing and I am keeping a very open mind. After all, we have so many portraits, each differing of Charlotte: so many conflicting descriptions of her appearence. I was at the Bronte Parsonage yesterday and saw three different examples, purported to be Charlottes hair. There was a necklace made of fair hair, a mourning card with red blonde hair and a very dark lock of hair which is confusing. The reverse of the painting contains a sketch of a knee.
Mr Von Grosny asserts that this ties in with a painting that Charlotte did of a shepherdess with the same scar below the knee. It is thought to be a self portrait. There is so much to the story of this painting — the suspense is killing me lol! I can assure you that Mr Von Grosny is busy collecting it!
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We are more likely to know about their drunken brother Branwell, who never got his act together, than we are about the third sister. So perfectly did it capture the powerlessness and fear of the female experience that I remain convinced to this day that to read it is to be armed for ever against the traps into which the unwary Helen fell. This BBC documentaryexamines those few years in that house in Haworth when they all wrote and published those extraordinary novels. We have been in the town a week and the general consensus is that, relative literary merits aside, they were all geniuses for managing to keep dry enough and warm enough to put pen to paper at all.
It sucked up all the available column inches, while Agnes Grey — a spare, quiet tale of suffering and endurance that prefers unflinching realism to wild romance — went largely unremarked. Context is not all, but it matters.
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