Wuthering Heights First Edition Sold For $228,000
In an ongoing auction season, we have come across gamut of paintings, artwork, and sculptures being sold. Amongst others one cannot afford to sideline
Haworth Parsonage: Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen.
Charlotte Bronte made the headlines again last week, with news of a recently rediscovered piece of homework she wrote while at school in Brussels, and so I thought you might like to see some photog…
Wuthering Heights TV costumes visit Brontë Parsonage Museum at Haworth
Viewers who enjoyed this August bank holiday weekend's TV drama, Wuthering Heights, might like to visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum in the coming months as it plays host to some of the costumes from the two-part series.
New chapter in the history of the Bronte birthplace... as a cafe
Patrick Bronte, his wife Maria and their first two children, Maria and Elizabeth, moved to cottage in the West Yorkshire village of Thornton in 1815.
Charlotte Bronte rare letter envelopes to friend up for auction
Two rare envelopes sent by author Charlotte Bronte to her life-long friend are expected to fetch up to £1,200 when they go under the hammer.
Charlotte Brontë's dress gaffe ruled out 165 years after Thackeray dinner
It has long been thought the author was inappropriately attired at the famously awkward meeting with her hero
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A portrait of Charlotte Bronte hangs above the fireplace in the dining room of the Bronte Parsonage Museum on February 8, 2012 in Haworth, England. The famous Bronte sisters lived at Haworth Parsonage from 1820 to 1861 in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte were the authors of many famous and loved books in the English language. Their former home is now a museum containing many of the items used by the family.
""At home with the Brontes"" from Ann Dinsdale
With a lot of interest I am reading ""At home with the Brontes"" from Ann Dinsdale I never realized that other families were living in the Parsonage I knew about Rev. Wade, but that children were born and people died in the Parsonage is what I realise while reading this book It is nice to read the history of these people and to read how they experienced the Parsonage John Wade 1861-1898 Thomas William Story 1898-1919 George Alfred Elson 1919-1925 John Crosland Hirst 1925-1928 There was no…