View From the Window- Top Withens

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The first time we went to Haworth in 2014, we chose to go on a walk on the moors in a warm, sunny and windy morning at the end of April. Though we didn’t know which paths we would take we perfectly knew where we wanted to go: to Top Withens, of course. Top Withens, …

View From the Window: Wind on the Moors

From Emily’s Drawers: Birthday Notes

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“How little we know what we are How less what we may be” These words were written by Anne in a letter for Emily’s birthday on July 30th, 1841– 174 years ago. Back then, she was working for the Robinsons and on her sister’s birthday she was far from her and from the Parsonage. In …

View From the Window: the Graveyard and the Parsonage

Looking at the pictures of this place on the Net, before visiting Haworth, we used to think this was a very gloomy and quite place. When we actually got there, however, we found out that it was completely different from what we thought; there are plenty of pleaseant noises all around the Parsonage– crows and …

In Charlotte’s Room: Villette

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Our adventure on the Net starts in Charlotte Brontё’s room, where we’ll talk about Villette, the last Brontё novel we read. That’s how the novel was welcomed by the reviewer of the The Literary Gazette after its publishing, in January 1853: “This book would have made her famous, had she not been so already. It …