Charlotte Bronte | Reviews

A Secret Sisterhood
Literary criticism
Ann Ronald

A Secret Sisterhood

A SECRET SISTERHOOD Almost every page of Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney’s book, A Secret Sisterhood, inversely took me back to my college studies.

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

The Paying Guests

The Paying Guests Sarah Waters’ NeoGothic ingenuity astonishes me. With every novel she writes, she tweaks my inner Charlotte Bronte, my inner Emily Bronte, my

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Thirteenth Tale

Imagine Daphne du Maurier, sipping absinthe and smoking pot, while rereading Jane Eyre and rewriting The Turn of the Screw! That is precisely my impression

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Fiction
Ann Ronald

The Rose Garden

When I was young, and just learning to appreciate the worlds where fiction could transport me, I found myself enchanted by the novels of Daphne

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Fiction
Sunny Solomon

Becoming Jane Eyre

Becoming Jane Eyre is a smashing book and a welcome addition to the growing body of work on the Brontë sisters. Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre was

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