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A companion to the Brontës / edited by Diane Long Hoeveler and Deborah Denenholz Morse.

Contributor(s): Hoeveler, Diane Long [edt, aut] | Morse, Deborah Denenholz [edt] | Alexander, Christine [aut] | Jadwin, Lisa [aut] | Robinson, Amy J [aut] | Lee, Louise [aut] | Markwick, Margaret [aut] | Lokke, Kari [aut] | Pike, Judith E [aut] | Sparks, Tabitha [aut] | Rosengarten, Herbert [aut] | Boumelha, Penny [aut] | Green, Dudley [aut] | Donovan, Julie [aut] | Maynard, John [aut] | Workman, Nancy V [aut] | Laird, Karen E [aut] | Miller, Lucasta [aut] | Easley, Alexis [aut] | Hiltner, Ken [aut] | Taylor, Beverly [aut] | Lau, Beth [aut] | Senf, Carol A [aut] | Davison, Margaret [aut] | Chitham, Edward [aut] | Cohn, Elisha [aut] | Burstein, Elizabeth [aut] | Wilt, Judith [aut] | Avery, Simon [aut] | MacDonald, Tara [aut] | Winnifrith, Tom [aut] | Chitwood, Brandon [aut] | Morse, Deborah Denenholz [aut] | Bloom, Abigail Burnham [aut] | Dinsdale, Ann [aut] | Maier, Sarah E [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture.Publisher: Chichester : Wiley Blackwell, cop. 2016Description: 614 str. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781118404942.Subject(s): Brontë family | Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855 -- Criticism and interpretation | Brontë, Emily, 1818-1848 -- Criticism and interpretation | Brontë, Anne, 1820-1849 -- Criticism and interpretation | Women novelists, English -- 19th century -- Biography | sestre Brontë | Brontë, Charlotte | Brontë, Emily | Brontë, AnneAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Companion to the BrontësOnline resources: Cover image
Contents:
Part I: Imaginative forms and literary/critical contexts :
1. Experimentation and the Early Writings (pages 9–29) / Christine Alexander
2. The Brontës and the Gothic Tradition (pages 31–48) / Diane Long Hoeveler
3. The Critical Recuperation of and Theoretical Approaches to the Brontës (pages 49–63) / Lisa Jadwin
4. Journeying Home (pages 65–77) / Amy J. Robinson
Part II: Texts
5. Wuthering Heights (pages 79–99) / Louise Lee
6. Jane Eyre (pages 101–113) / Margaret Markwick
7. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (pages 115–133) / Kari Lokke
8. Agnes Grey (pages 135–150) / Judith E. Pike
9. Charlotte Brontë's The Professor (pages 151–165) / Tabitha Sparks
10. Charlotte Brontë's Shirley (pages 167–182) / Herbert Rosengarten
11. Villette (pages 183–195) / Penny Boumelha
12. Poetry, Campaigning Articles, and Letters by Patrick Brontë (pages 197–212) / Dudley Green
13. The Poetry and Verse Drama of Branwell Brontë (pages 213–227) / Julie Donovan
14. Poetry of Anne, Charlotte, and Emily (pages 229–247) / John Maynard
15. The Artwork of the Brontës (pages 249–264) / Nancy V. Workman
16. The Letters and Brussels Essays (pages 265–282) / Karen E. Laird
Part III: Reception Studies
17. The Brontës and the Periodicals of the 1820s and 1830s (pages 283–301) / Lucasta Miller
18. The Brontës and the Victorian Reading Public, 1846–1860 (pages 303–317) / Alexis Easley
Part IV: Historical, Intellectual, and Cultural Contexts
19. The Temptations of a Daughterless Mother (pages 319–338) / Ken Hiltner
20. Race, Slavery, and the Slave Trade (pages 339–353) / Beverly Taylor
21. Marriage and Divorce in the Novels (pages 355–368) / Beth Lau
22. Physical and Mental Health in the Brontës’ Lives and Works (pages 369–383) / Carol A. Senf
23. The Brontës and the Death Question (pages 385–401) / Carol Margaret Davison
24. The Irish Heritage of the Brontës (pages 403–415) / Edward Chitham
25. The Intellectual and Philosophical Contexts (pages 417–432) / Elisha Cohn
26. The Religion(s) of the Brontës (pages 433–451) / Miriam Elizabeth Burstein
27. Reading the Arts in the Brontë Fiction (pages 453–469) / Judith Wilt
28. Politics, Legal Concerns, and Reforms (pages 471–483) / Simon Avery
29. Class and Gender in the Brontë Novels (pages 485–499) / Tara MacDonald
Part V: Afterlives of the Brontës
30. Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and Their Filmic Adaptations (pages 501–511) / Tom Winnifrith
31. Mixed Signals (pages 513–527) / Brandon Chitwood
32. Brontë Hauntings (pages 529–545) / Deborah Denenholz Morse
33. The Brontë Family in Popular Culture (pages 547–563) / Abigail Burnham Bloom
34. The Brontë Parsonage Museum, the Brontë Society, and the Preservation of Brontëana (pages 565–578) / Ann Dinsdale
35. Biographical Myths and Legends of the Brontës (pages 579–592) / Sarah E. Maier
Summary: "A Companion to the Brontës brings the latest literary research and theory to bear on the life, work, and legacy of the Brontë family"--
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Part I: Imaginative forms and literary/critical contexts :

1. Experimentation and the Early Writings (pages 9–29) / Christine Alexander

2. The Brontës and the Gothic Tradition (pages 31–48) / Diane Long Hoeveler

3. The Critical Recuperation of and Theoretical Approaches to the Brontës (pages 49–63) / Lisa Jadwin

4. Journeying Home (pages 65–77) / Amy J. Robinson

Part II: Texts

5. Wuthering Heights (pages 79–99) / Louise Lee

6. Jane Eyre (pages 101–113) / Margaret Markwick

7. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (pages 115–133) / Kari Lokke

8. Agnes Grey (pages 135–150) / Judith E. Pike

9. Charlotte Brontë's The Professor (pages 151–165) / Tabitha Sparks

10. Charlotte Brontë's Shirley (pages 167–182) / Herbert Rosengarten

11. Villette (pages 183–195) / Penny Boumelha

12. Poetry, Campaigning Articles, and Letters by Patrick Brontë (pages 197–212) / Dudley Green

13. The Poetry and Verse Drama of Branwell Brontë (pages 213–227) / Julie Donovan

14. Poetry of Anne, Charlotte, and Emily (pages 229–247) / John Maynard

15. The Artwork of the Brontës (pages 249–264) / Nancy V. Workman

16. The Letters and Brussels Essays (pages 265–282) / Karen E. Laird

Part III: Reception Studies

17. The Brontës and the Periodicals of the 1820s and 1830s (pages 283–301) / Lucasta Miller

18. The Brontës and the Victorian Reading Public, 1846–1860 (pages 303–317) / Alexis Easley

Part IV: Historical, Intellectual, and Cultural Contexts

19. The Temptations of a Daughterless Mother (pages 319–338) / Ken Hiltner

20. Race, Slavery, and the Slave Trade (pages 339–353) / Beverly Taylor

21. Marriage and Divorce in the Novels (pages 355–368) / Beth Lau

22. Physical and Mental Health in the Brontës’ Lives and Works (pages 369–383) / Carol A. Senf

23. The Brontës and the Death Question (pages 385–401) / Carol Margaret Davison

24. The Irish Heritage of the Brontës (pages 403–415) / Edward Chitham

25. The Intellectual and Philosophical Contexts (pages 417–432) / Elisha Cohn

26. The Religion(s) of the Brontës (pages 433–451) / Miriam Elizabeth Burstein

27. Reading the Arts in the Brontë Fiction (pages 453–469) / Judith Wilt

28. Politics, Legal Concerns, and Reforms (pages 471–483) / Simon Avery

29. Class and Gender in the Brontë Novels (pages 485–499) / Tara MacDonald

Part V: Afterlives of the Brontës

30. Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights and Their Filmic Adaptations (pages 501–511) / Tom Winnifrith

31. Mixed Signals (pages 513–527) / Brandon Chitwood

32. Brontë Hauntings (pages 529–545) / Deborah Denenholz Morse

33. The Brontë Family in Popular Culture (pages 547–563) / Abigail Burnham Bloom

34. The Brontë Parsonage Museum, the Brontë Society, and the Preservation of Brontëana (pages 565–578) / Ann Dinsdale

35. Biographical Myths and Legends of the Brontës (pages 579–592) / Sarah E. Maier

"A Companion to the Brontës brings the latest literary research and theory to bear on the life, work, and legacy of the Brontë family"--

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