La Taverna degli Elfi

BENVENUTI NELLA TAVERNA DEGLI ELFI!


PER INTERAGIRE CON GLI ALTRI TAVERNIERI È RICHIESTA UNA PREVIA E GRATUITA ISCRIZIONE!

GRAZIE DELLA VISITA E A PRESTO.

L'OSTE.

La Taverna degli Elfi

Un'accogliente Taverna silvestre per discutere di Natura, Medioevo, Celti e Fantasy!
 
IndiceFAQCercaLista utentiGruppiRegistratiAccedi
Home del Forum:

Elvenpath,il sentiero degli Elfi

Menù della Taverna






Accedi
Nome utente:
Password:
Connessione automatica: 
:: Ho dimenticato la password
Tagboard
Amici degli Elfi


Ultimi argomenti
» Il Natale del gatto Romeo (Fiaba natalizia)
Mar Dic 08, 2015 2:38 pm Da AleTheElf

» La leggenda del Maneki neko (video)
Lun Ott 26, 2015 4:13 pm Da AleTheElf

» Largo,gente: arriva il sito di Romeo!
Lun Mag 11, 2015 9:28 pm Da AleTheElf

» La Pratica Con i Tarocchi
Lun Mar 23, 2015 7:40 pm Da Arwen

» ♥♥♥Ave Maria - Leo Rojas ♥♥♥
Dom Mar 01, 2015 6:42 pm Da Keewna

» Nature - Harmony
Dom Mar 01, 2015 5:42 pm Da Keewna

» Chirapaq, Świnoujście
Dom Mar 01, 2015 5:18 pm Da Keewna

» Bonus 30 punti Elven's top 100
Dom Ott 19, 2014 7:22 pm Da Jupiter

» Insolita richiesta
Ven Ago 01, 2014 7:29 am Da Tancredi

» Uther Pendragon (Medieval Music)
Sab Lug 12, 2014 2:30 pm Da Faun

Affiliati & Directories:
Clicca per sostenerci

Vota

Forum Topsite

Personal Blogs

Top science blogs

SiteBook

Altre Top››

Migliori postatori
Keewna
 
MichaelaFairy
 
AleTheElf
 
Arwen
 
Arwen71
 
FairyViolet
 
Cernunnos80
 
Straniero77
 
Barbanera
 
Faun
 
Seguici su Facebook

Condividere | 
 

 Emily Bronte

Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Andare in basso 
AutoreMessaggio
MichaelaFairy
Fata di Avalon
Fata di Avalon
avatar

Messaggi : 1613
Punti : 2345
Rinomanza dei post : 62
Data d'iscrizione : 10.11.10
Località : Canada

MessaggioOggetto: Emily Bronte   Lun Mar 12, 2012 12:35 am





Emily Jane Bronte (1818-48) only wrote Wuthering Heights and about a dozen poems, and yet is universally acknowledged to be one of the most gifted writers ever.
Her mother died when she was three. She lived with her four sisters and one brother in a bleak, isolated village in wild surroundings in Yorkshire. Her father, a gloomy curate, doted on his only son, Branwell, and expected little from his five daughters. But they would surprise him, while Branwell wasted his life and died an alcoholic and drug addict.
In 1824, he sent all five girls off to a cheap boarding school. Before long, the two oldest had died of malnutrition. Emily, Charlotte and Anne were quickly brought home, but only just in time and for ever after, Emily had an abiding fear of institutions and of feeling enclosed in any way. The girls became governesses, in order to support their brother Branwell, whom their father saw as a future great artist. But in 1845 Charlotte discovered some poems that Emily had written, and the following year Poems was published. Despite the commercial failure of this book, the three young women simultaneously began to write novels. In 1847, Charlotte’s Jane Eyre, Anne’s Agnes Grey and Emily’s Wuthering Heights were all published. All three novels were and are highly acclaimed. But Emily’s story of Heathcliff and Cathy, and their consuming fatal passion, set against the bleak background of grey moors, never fails to astound and disturb the reader.

Emily, who never married and scarcely left her home village, had given birth to the most wonderful and terrible exposure of a person’s hidden, inner self that has ever been written. Afterwards it was as if she no longer needed to live. She caught cold at her brother’s funeral in October 1848; she refused all medication and continued to act as the house drudge, until in December she literally dropped dead of tuberculosis.
Wuthering Heights remains one of the most haunting and atmospheric love stories ever written.


_________________
Tornare in alto Andare in basso
Vedere il profilo dell'utente
 
Emily Bronte
Vedere l'argomento precedente Vedere l'argomento seguente Tornare in alto 
Pagina 1 di 1

Permessi di questa sezione del forum:Non puoi rispondere agli argomenti in questo forum
La Taverna degli Elfi :: La Cantina dei Sognatori :: Cinema & Letteratura Fantasy :: Letteratura Fantasy & Mitologia :: Il Grimorio incantato-
Andare verso: