Book List in Order:14 titles



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    'The Professor' was the first novel Charlotte Brontë wrote, but it didn't see the light of day until after her death. A Bildungsroman, it details the psychological growth and maturation of the young professor William Crimsworth....


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    With her final novel, "Villette," Charlotte Bronte reached the height of her artistic power. First published in 1853, "Villette" is Bronte's most accomplished and deeply felt work, eclipsing even "Jane Eyre" in critical acclaim. Her narrator, the aut...


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    Written immediately after Jane Eyre, Shirley is a novel of wider sweep and scope. Its focus is less on individual men and women, although their stories add compulsive drama and tension, than on the individual perceived in close relation with the f...


  • YOUNG LOVE -- For 18 years, she has known only cruelty, abuse and insult. Now Jane Eyre finds a new life at Thornfield mansion, as nanny for millionaire Edward Rochester's adopted child. The grand estate is beautiful; little Adele is a charming de...



  • Written when Charlotte was 23, "Stancliffe's Hotel" is an example of the author's early work written for the private entertainment of her brothers and sisters a decade before she found a public audience with "Jane Eyre"....


  • Youthful writings by the autor of Jane EyreIn 1834, Charlotte Bronte, together with her brother Branwell, created the imaginary kingdom of Angria, about which she was to write prolifically for the next five years. The five “novelettes” in this vo...






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    Charlotte herself referred to these childhood writings - stories, diary papers and poems - written between 1829 and 1835, as a 'long apprenticeship in writing.' They include the Young Men's Magazines, inspired by Branwell's toy soldiers, as well as s...


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    Written when she was 17, The Foundling is a classic fairy tale set in the imagined kingdom of Verdopolis which will delight fans of Charlotte Brontë’s later work. Abandoned as a baby, Edward Sydney finds a “protector” in Mr. Hasleden, a rich lo...


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    Witty and engrossing, this early work displays the precocious intelligence, lively imagination, and flair for storytelling that Charlotte Brontë brought to perfection in her later fiction. Lady Emily Charlesworth is in love with Leslie, a struggling...


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    An ingenious, highly imaginative early novella, The Spell—a remarkable tale of love and jealousy, rivalry and thwarted ambition—is a testimony to Charlotte Brontë's craft as a writer. When the infant Marquis of Almeida is pronounced dead, the ki...


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    When Charlotte’s brother Branwell was given a set of 12 toy soldiers, an entire new imaginary world opened before them. The Twelves, or Young Men, became a constant source of inspiration for the Brontë children, spawning tales of swashbuckling ad...