A Coffee With Glynis Charlton, Writer and Creative Writing Tutor

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In Haworth we had the chance to meet lots of lovely people who really made us feel at home and made this trip so special that that we can’t help telling you everything about it. One of them is Glynis Charlton, author and professional tutor who runs amazing creative writing workshops in England and Italy. We …

Our pictures from the Brontë Parsonage Museum

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We’ve just come back from our latest trip in the footsteps of the Brontës. This year, our Yorkshire adventure has been particularly interesting. Our first step, as usual, was the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Haworth, house of the most famous sisters writers in English literature. This year, for the first time, we had the chance to …

Celebrating Charlotte Brontë At The National Portrait Gallery- by Maddalena De Leo

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In order to celebrate Charlotte Brontë’s bicentenary the National Portrait Gallery organized a special exhibit this year (22 February – 16 August 2016)- Celebrating Charlotte Brontë. In this gallery in the very heart of London, just behind the popular Trafalgar Square, an entire room, room n. 24, is dedicated to Charlotte. In a corner you …

Wuthering Heights and Eclipse: the Thousand Lives of Emily Brontë’s Novel

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When first published in 1847, Wuthering Heights didn’t get the expected success and was harshly criticised for not matching the moral standards of the Victorian Age. Despite this, the only novel written by Emily Brontë survived century after century, reader after reader, edition after edition, proving itself a masterpiece of the English literature, capable of adapting to …

In The Reading Room: The Professor- Review

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Thanks to our collaboration with Fazi Editore, we’ve been among the first Italian readers who had the chance to read the new Italian edition of The Professor (“Il Professore”), by Charlotte Brontë. Published for the first time after her death in 1857, this is actually the very first novel written by the authoress of the …