THE YOUNG BRONTES by Mary Louise Jarden
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THE YOUNG BRONTES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Utterly fascinating story of the childhood of the Brontes, in the days before Charlotte was sent away to school. Of life on the moors, and the momentous visit to the uncle, of the household dominated by the stern father and the Wesleyan aunt, the awakening imaginations, and the plays and pretendings that gave them food. As good and better than most fiction.

Publisher: Viking