Birds in Wuthering Heights- An Article by Maddalena De Leo

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In an interesting article by Emily Roberson Wallce published in Brontë Studies, September 2016[1], the peculiar role of birds in Wuthering Heights is addressed by the author. In Emily Brontë’s novel, not less than fifty species of birds are mentioned and they are used as symbols of the unhappiness that pervades Wuthering Heights, perfectly in line with …

Our Book, E sognai di Cime Tempestose- Curiosities and an excerpt

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Have you already heard about our book? It’s been recently published by Alcheringa Editore, and it’s about the places in England that Emily Brontë describes – between fiction and reality– in her only novel, Wuthering Heights. This book will lead you to those places that, according to tradition, inspired the creation of Wuthering Heights and Trushcross …

Margaret Hartley, her connection to Martha Brown and her lovely shop in Haworth

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During one of our latest journeys to Haworth we found out something we didn’t know and we met someone who is apparently very close to the Brontë family. Does the name Margaret Hartley say anything to you? What if we tell you that inside her shop in Haworth there is the original wooden counter which once …

A Look At One Of Emily Brontë’s Poems: Month After Month Year After Year (A Comment) – An Article by Maddalena De Leo

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Month after month year after year My harp has poured a dreary strain – At length a livelier note shall cheer And pleasure tune its chords again What though the stars and fair moonlight Are quenched in morning dull and grey They were but tokens of the night And this my soul is day This …

The Hawthorn: Barraclough’s house in Haworth

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During our latest journey to Haworth we spotted a new place we had never seen before. It’s The Hawthorn, a very special gastropub. Why special? Well, beacuse of course it’s somehow related to the Brontës. Here’s why.