The Poetry of Charlotte Bronte

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Her first collection, In a Hare’s Eye, was published by Doire Press in 2015. I've made connections with peers and mentors that will last for years to come." Even by today's standards the stories of his gross excesses such as his compulsive love affairs with women and boys; his zest for debauchery and the alleged scandalous liaison with his half sister seem almost incredible. Her collection of short stories What Was Always Hers won both the New Muse Award and the Jubilee Award. They revolted against a culture they thought was becoming too puritanical, and an educational system they thought overly intellectual.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 18, 2012)

ISBN: 1479147397

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