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The Brontë Sisters: The Complete Novels (Book House) Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Jane EyreI read all the novels but looking back I now think it was a waste of time I think Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Jane Eyre are the only novels worth reading.In my opinion, Charlotte s novels are repetitive and extremely misogynistic Jane Eyre is compelling and well written.Anne s novels are full of religious messages and, although I found The Tenant somewhat interesting in the way it approaches women s lifes in the Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Jane EyreI read all the novels but looking back I now think it was a waste of time I think Wuthering Heights, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Jane Eyre are the only novels worth reading.In my opinion, Charlotte s novels are repetitive and extremely misogynistic Jane Eyre is compelling and well written.Anne s novels are full of religious messages and, although I found The Tenant somewhat interesting in the way it approaches women s lifes in the nineteenth century, I felt like she struggled to combine the two narratives, opting for the easy solution of letter writing.As for Wuthering Heights, I think it s a masterpiece and I am sorry Emily didn t writenovels This book contained 7 works of the Bronte sisters and I could not resist rereading Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, 2 of my favourite books from my youth I enjoyed reading Charlotte s, fairly autobiographical The Professor, for the first time but, it was Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte that I really enjoyed, I was impressed that her approach washonest and less romantic than that of her sisters. Reading The Tenant of Wildfell Hall By Anne Bronte 1848 Excellent collection of all the works published by the sisters I came across the Bronte Sisters through Jane Eyer onPrime I had long been a fan of Jane Austin, and think Charlotte Bronte came up as a suggested author Well, what a treat that turned out to be These women were very much pioneers in asserting themselves into a prohibited publishing world Like Austin, they bring a fresh touch to novels and also help one to understand the plight of women in that age and society in general Excellent collection of all the works published by the sisters I came across the Bronte Sisters through Jane Eyer onPrime I had long been a fan of Jane Austin, and think Charlotte Bronte came up as a suggested author Well, what a treat that turned out to be These women were very much pioneers in asserting themselves into a prohibited publishing world Like Austin, they bring a fresh touch to novels and also help one to understand the plight of women in that age and society in general By the way,Prime has a special on the Bronte Sisters which I commend To Walk Invisible and that is what these sisters had to do A classic One of the classics it is good to read from time to time A fine reminder of the rich heritage of human language and expression. Just Classic hope they are still getting them to read these in schools. This book contains the complete novels of the Bront Sisters Agnes Grey, by Anne Bront The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by Anne Bront Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bront Shirley, by Charlotte Bront Villette, by Charlotte Bront The Professor, by Charlotte Bront Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bront The correct title of the book, as seen even on the photo of it for this edition is The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated It is a collection of the works of Emily, Anne and Charlotte Bronte The only work missing is Charlotte Bronte s Emma This is because she wrote only two chapters of the work before her death The rest was finished posthumously by another author The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated is a joy in that it has all of the sister s works together in one place I The correct title of the book, as seen even on the photo of it for this edition is The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated It is a collection of the works of Emily, Anne and Charlotte Bronte The only work missing is Charlotte Bronte s Emma This is because she wrote only two chapters of the work before her death The rest was finished posthumously by another author The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated is a joy in that it has all of the sister s works together in one place It allows for easy comparison between the works and their styles However, the volume is not without its flaws It has no footnotes for phrases in French, or those which are out of date the male characters speak in a manner so flowery and out of character one has to laugh at moments and a religious undertone runs through nearly all of the novels, a hazard of both the times and the sisters being reared by a father who was a parson.I am not going to quote any of the works here since it is a compilation and it would raise one author or work above the others if I were to do so Let it suffice to say that if you can take into account the volume s petty annoyances, it is worth reading The novels contained within it are classics and with the exception of their rather flowery speech very well written The characters come across strongly and are well rounded All in all The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated is an enjoyable escape The Bronte Sisters Complete Novels Illustrated copyright 2006 by CRW Publishing Limited, 69 Gloucester Crescent, London NW17EG


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