The Three Brontes

The Three Brontes

by May Sinclair
     
 

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"[...]Parsonage and the prospect of the tombstones. They had not been there eighteen months before the ree Brontës by May Sinclair.mother sickened and died horribly of cancer.
She had to be isolated as far as possible. The Parsonage house was not large, and it was built with an extreme and straight simplicity; two front rooms, not large, right and left of the…  See more details below

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"[...]Parsonage and the prospect of the tombstones. They had not been there eighteen months before the ree Brontës by May Sinclair.mother sickened and died horribly of cancer.
She had to be isolated as far as possible. The Parsonage house was not large, and it was built with an extreme and straight simplicity; two front rooms, not large, right and left of the narrow stone-flagged passage, a bedroom above each, and between, squeezed into the small spare space above the passage, a third room, no bigger than a closet and without a fireplace. This third room is important in the story of the Brontës, for, when their mother's illness declared itself, it was in this incredibly small and insufferably unwholesome den that the five little girls were packed,[...]".

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ISBN-13:
2940025965367
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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