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Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte | Book Review

Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte | Book Review

Agnes Grey, the first novel by Anne Bronte made its appearance in 1847 right along with her sister Emily Bronte‘s “Wuthering Heights“. Agnes is a daughter of a poor clergyman whose experiences are shared with the reader in this book. Boook : Agnes Grey Author : Anne Bronte Publisher : Various The story starts with Agnes’s childhood spent in the beautiful hills of England as a youngest daughter in a small and respectable family of a clergyman called Richard Grey. Her father loses his fortune in an unfortunate event and they are left with income just enough to get them ... Read More »

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte | Book Review

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte | Book Review

Wuthering Heights, first published in 1847, is known throughout the world as a classic love story and yet its most memorable scenes are filled with violence and to many readers, its characters appear ghastly who end up killing one another. For a normal love story, it is also odd that both lovers deliberately marry other partners, and the heroin – Catherine dies halfway through the novel, leaving new generation of characters to grow up and develop their own momentum. For such reasons, Wuthering Heights has possibly been the object of more discussion than any other novel in English literature and ... Read More »

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte | Book Review

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte | Book Review

“Jane Eyre“, the first published work of Charllotte Bronte received such an enthusiastic response from the public that it was required to print the third edition of the book within a year. This work with its display of passion and emotions of a woman, unusual for a 19th century England, was quite a stand alone for that time and brought fame to its creator, though to a pseudoname of “Currer Bell” assumed by her. Boook : Jane Eyre Author : Charlotte Bronte Publisher : Harper Collins Publishers (2010); and others The story is told by Jane herself starting from her ... Read More »

The Bronte Sisters – Charlotte, Emily and Anne | English Author

The English literature received some of its brightest jewels in the year 1847 – 1855 and ironically was deprived of the creators of these works soon after that. The Bronte sisters left their mark on the minds of people with a few works and one can’t help feeling the sorrow at the loss of such talents at so young an age. They made a remarkable change in English literature with their powerful prose. Related reading for you: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte | Book Review Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte | Book Review Shirley by Charlotte Bronte| Book Review The ... Read More »

Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Review

Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni | Book Review

“The Mistress of Spices” by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is one more story that belongs to genre portraying the eternal struggle of a human mind to balance between individual desires and common good. Related reading for you: Mistress of Spices | Movie Review And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie |Book Review Meet The Author | Chitra Banerji Divakaruni | Video Interviews Compilation Emma by Jane Austen | Book Review Read More »

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown | Book Review

This fifth novel by Dan Brown was released in 2009 after a gap of 6 years since the publication of “The Da Vinci Code” amongst a lot of discussions and anticipations, with the pee-release reports of it featuring Langdon again and the secret society this time being the Freemasons. Related reading for you: Digital Fortress by Dan Brown| Book Review Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review Origin by Dan Brown | Book Review Angels & Demons by Dan Brown | Book Review Read More »