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like something from Emily Brontë’s nightmares.’ She will be appearing at the Brontë Parsonage Museum on 28 July, with authors Beth Underdown and Rosie Garland, discussing Emily and the Gothic, as part of Emily Brontë’s bicentenary celebrations. Header image: Emily Brontë, Gun Group Portrait © National Portrait Gallery.
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And don’t be fooled – there is serious scholarship here.
I nodded in agreement at O’Callaghan’s assessment of Sally Wainwright’s century contexts on Victorian woman, but this is exactly what O’Callaghan sets out to do.
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