Janet Gezari seeks to revise our sense of Charlotte Bronte's life by turning attention from its familiar romantic circumstances to its less familiar practical circumstances. They reveal a woman more embattled, contentious, and resilient, though no less passionate, than the more familiar trembling soul.
1992 | 216 pages | Cloth $79.95
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Janet Gezari is Lucretia L. Allyn Professor of English at Connecticut College.