Love the Brontës? Looking for modern twists on their lives and works? Or perhaps biographies? This section of the site dedicated to Brontë inspired literature might please you. Here I’ll post reviews of texts I’ve come across over the years that were inspired by our favourite literary family. Not all of these reviews are spoiler free as I’m a double Literature graduate so I can’t resist a bit of analysis, but all spoilers are clearly marked so no nasty surprises. If you find anything you think is an unflagged spoiler, then please let me know either in the comments section or through firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find the index below. Reader, enjoy.
- To Angria: An Original Short Play by Sophie Marlowe
- We Wove a Web in Childhood by Cally Phillips and Charlotte Brontë
- The Heights by Juliet Bell
- May Sinclair’s The Intercessor: A Brontë Inspired Tale of Terror
- The Case of the Missing Brontë and the Search for the Perfect Holiday Read
- Without the Veil Between, Anne Brontë: A Fine and Subtle Spirit by DM Denton
- Brizecombe Hall: A Short and Sweet Jane Eyre Inspired Read
- More Brontë Inspired Literature: Mr. R. by Tracy Neis
Young Adult Fiction
- Worlds of Ink and Shadow by Lena Coakley
- Jane Eyre in Space? Review of Alexa Donne’s Brightly Burning
- The Brontë Family: Passionate Literary Geniuses Review
- Aunt Branwell and the Brontë Legacy by Nick Holland: Re-Examining a Key Figure in the Brontë Mythology
- The Mother of the Brontës by Sharon Wright – Review
By Nicola F. a.k.a. The Brontë Babe.
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