Hello and welcome to The Brontë Juvenilia. Consider this something of an index for my posts about the early fiction, or juvenilia, of the Brontë siblings which is set in Glass Town, Angria, and Gondal. Unfortunately very little survives of the Gondal saga which was born in 1831 when the youngest siblings, Emily and Anne, grew tired of their characters playing second string to those of Charlotte and Branwell in Glass Town. Consequently there are far more posts on here about Charlotte and Branwell’s work simply because the bulk of that has survived the centuries.
An Introduction to the Juvenilia
- An Introduction to the Brontë Juvenilia
- The Importance of the Child Author
- List of Available Juvenilia
- A-Z of Charlotte Brontë’s Juvenilia (Part One)
- Charlotte Brontë’s The Duke of Zamorna
- Charlotte Brontë’s Stancliffe’s Hotel
- The Search After Happiness Review
- The Poetaster Review
- Happy Birthday, Charlotte Brontë
- Charlotte Brontë: The Lost Manuscripts
- The Green Dwarf by Charlotte Brontë
- The Young Men’s Magazine and Charlotte Brontë’s Strange Events
- Remembering Charlotte Brontë
- I’m Just Going to Write Because I Cannot Help It: Reality Versus Fantasy in Charlotte Brontë’s Roe Head Journal.
- Branwell Brontë’s The Politics of Verdopolis
- Is Weary Branwell at Rest? Shedding Light on the Brontë Boy
- Branwell Brontë’s The Pirate
I’ll keep this page updated as I add more posts to Brontë Babe Blog.
By Nicola F. a.k.a. The Brontë Babe
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