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Cherwell discusses 'The power of perspective: how the narrative lens can transform a story' using Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea as a case in point.Another transformative example is found in the 1966 novel that reworked the beloved Jane Eyre story.

Wild moors

By BrontëBlog on Sep 25, 2020 in: Music

Matador Network shares the results of a survey on the best road trips in the UK. One of which is5. North Yorkshire MoorsIf you read Wuthering Heights in high school and always wondered what “wild moors” looked like, this is it. The North York Moo...

Solitaire Jane

By BrontëBlog on Sep 24, 2020 in: Theatre

On the 202nd anniversary of Branwell Brontë's death this is what we can show you in our daily newsround:The Conversation posts about Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own:In her book, Woolf surveys the history of literature, identifying a range of im...

The Irish Times has an article on Lydia Robinson by Finola Austin.In my novel, Brontë’s Mistress, I give voice to Lydia Robinson for the first time, imagining what could have driven an established woman, without access to divorce or her own money,...

Mexican Gothic is one of '22 Spooky New Books That Will Put You in a Halloween State of Mind' according to PopSugar.Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-GarciaSet against the backdrop of 1950s Mexico, Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia is an atmospher...

Class Reader

By BrontëBlog on Sep 21, 2020

A new Brontë-related scholar paper, just published ‘It Was a Pleasure to Read with Them’: Reflecting on Jane Eyre as a Class ReaderMehrunissa ShahChanging English. Studies in Culture and EducationPublished Online: 1 September 2020This essay...

A contributor to The Daily Targum has a renewed appreciation of Villette because of the pandemic.A promise of reading about this heroine’s adventures and romances was what initially intrigued me, but the exploration of her isolated state was t...