Brontë, Juvenilia

Beyond the Brontë Juvenilia: Discovering More Child Authors

When setting up Brontë Babe Blog it was my intention to introduce readers to the Brontë juvenilia in the hope of inspiring people to actually read texts from Charlotte and Branwell’s Glass Town/Angrian saga. Sadly most of Emily and Anne’s writings have been lost to time and what remains is difficult to piece together and… Continue reading Beyond the Brontë Juvenilia: Discovering More Child Authors

Brontë, Literature, Reviews, Uncategorized

A Modern Regency Romance: Art and Grace by Catherine E. Chapman

A few months ago I had the pleasure of reading a short, Brontë inspired story, Brizecombe Hall by Catherine E. Chapman. You can read my review of it by clicking here. Shortly afterwards I was delighted to be contacted by the author herself, who very kindly offered me a copy of her latest novel, Art and Grace, to read… Continue reading A Modern Regency Romance: Art and Grace by Catherine E. Chapman

Brontë, Literature, Reviews

Charlotte Brontë’s Unfinished Novels: Emma

Introduction Charlotte Brontë is best remembered as the author of Jane Eyre (1847), a literary masterpiece and quite possibly my favourite novel of all time. In her lifetime she also published two other novels, Shirley (1849) and Villette (1853). Another novel, The Professor, was published posthumously in 1857 after being rejected by publishers a decade earlier. Prior to this in 1846, Poems by Charlotte… Continue reading Charlotte Brontë’s Unfinished Novels: Emma

Brontë, Literature, Reviews

Jane Austen’s Juvenilia

This post was originally published a few months ago as part of my non-Brontë section. Although that section died a quick death, I've kept the posts in the archives for anybody to find if they want to. This is a piece I particularly enjoyed writing on the early fiction, or juvenilia, of Jane Austen, the… Continue reading Jane Austen’s Juvenilia