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Tenant at Wildfell Hall
Tenant at Wildfell Hall | Anne Brontë
When the mysterious and beautiful young widow Helen Graham becomes the new tenant at Wildfell Hall, rumours immediately begin to swirl around her. As her neighbour Gilbert Markham comes to discover, Helen has painful secrets buried in her past that even his love for her cannot easily overcome.
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RavenLovelyReads
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Rearranged my bookshelves...this is the side that holds my Worth Press Classics. Does anyone else collect these? #catsoflitsy

krismlars I don‘t but they‘re beautiful! 2d
JohannaRose Beautiful!! 2d
RavenLovelyReads @JohannaRose Thank you! 💕💕 2d
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RavenLovelyReads @krismlars I found most of these at Costco! 🤓 2d
mabell 😍😍😍 2d
akckitty Oh wow. Too cute ❤️ 2d
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LeahBergen
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#LittlestThings (like little classics that fit on your littlest shelf ❤️).

Fun fact: This is the little copy of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall that I read on my honeymoon (MANY years ago) in Venice. Perhaps not the best marriage-themed novel to go with, you think? 😆

#MayMovieMagic

BarbaraBB I‘d love a picture of all your shelves... all are gorgeous, I‘m sure 💕 1w
Texreader Love it! 1w
ephemeralwaltz How beautiful! I hope to have a shelf like yours one day! 1w
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Aimeesue Tenant on your honeymoon! Brave choice! 😂 1w
batsy Oh dear 😂 This shelf gives me all the happy feels! 😍 7d
rohit-sawant What @batsy said! 😍 7d
rubyslippersreads I love little books, and these are gorgeous! 😍 6d
LeahBergen @BarbaraBB Well, some are nicer than others. I only show the tidier ones. 😆😆 5d
LeahBergen @Aimeesue Right? Amazingly, we‘re still together. 😆 5d
LeahBergen @rohit-sawant @batsy Thanks, you two! 😘😘 5d
BiblioLitten So beautiful! 😍 8h
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RavenLovelyReads
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Littens...look at this beautiful book!! 😍😍

BookwormAHN Lovely 😍 1w
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TK-421
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I finished only 3 books but they were all good! As for current reads, I‘m FINALLY near the end of David Balfour! Anne‘s House of Dreams is still on hold until I get around to reading Anne of Windy Poplars & the others are library loans I haven‘t got to yet. I have no idea what I‘ll read next, but with a book order arriving tomorrow, a couple book sales coming up & my tbr mountain, I‘ll have no shortage of choices! #AprilWrapUp #SpringIntoReading

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Great job!! ❤️😘 3w
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego You did good! 📖💖 3w
JazzFeathers Lloyd Alexander! I read the last book in the series as a kid and l remember that even that young l had the impression he was playing around with the fantasy teopes. Always meant to read the entire series. Thanks for reminding me. 3w
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bookishbitch
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I am hoping to read this one soon. I just watched "To walk invisible" on Amazon (originally on PBS) and it was fantastic. It is about the 3 Brontë sisters and tells the story of how and why they became authors. Based on their own original letters.

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Andrea4
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I DID IT!!! 8 or so hours in essentially 2 days! Haha
I cannot believe how relevant this book still is- so many say Bronte was ahead of her time with this one but are we just behind our time? Should we not have made further progress??!! That's what I'm left questioning.

llwheeler Agreed! Also way to go for powering through lol 3mo
Andrea4 @llwheeler thanks! It is pretty easy with this one because it is so captivating once you get going! 3mo
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Andrea4
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Damn, this book has gotten so real! After the marriage, the psychological/emotional abuse starts full force and is, honestly, still so relevant and hitting a wee close to home that it makes me in turns angry, sick to my stomach, and disappointed.

erzascarletbookgasm I loved this book! 3mo
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Andrea4
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Confused. I dl this #audiobook to get through the rest of the book by friday's #bookclub meet up and yet it was set to "resume" at very close to the right point I stopped at in the physical book. I swear I never listened to this book before- none of it was familiar as I read it. How strange?
The bruja in me is strong today! ?? @llwheeler

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llwheeler
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From the introduction to the Wordsworth classics edition (1996). So interesting to learn! See my previous post for why I am skeptical of their claims to correction. I've also noticed several smaller instances of things I would consider "obvious errors" ("be" instead of "he"), and can't blame it all on the apparently terrible T.C. Newby since I also found an error in the footnotes. I am loving the book so far but maybe not the edition.
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mrsmarch Now, is it “erors” in error or should it be “erors [sic]”? 3mo
llwheeler @mrsmarch Who knows! 😂 3mo
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llwheeler
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Well I haven't seen this before! A whole paragraph repeated, but with some periods and italics different. So I wondered if it was an error with my edition (Wordsworth classics, 1996), or an error with the original that the editor of this edition chose to keep for some reason. Turns out the original publishers were terrible typesetters (see my next post), so I still don't know. Maybe both?
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SamAnne
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It may be the first feminist novel, written in the 1820s. Groundbreaking controversial story of a Woman painter who makes a bad marriage to an abusive alcoholic and flees—an illegal act in that era. Like her sisters she published under a male name—Acton Bell. Novel begins in the voice of a clueless self-serving man pursuing the mysterious single woman of Wildfell Hall.

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Andrea4
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Who woke up with tonsilitis this morning!? Who just feels like they got full-throttle smacked with full effects of it just now?!
Ugh
Curled up with books, Grace & Frankie, Jane Bear, and 2nd part of my smoothie because throat hurts but stomach also hurts from the antibiotics 🤦‍♀️

squirrelbrain Poor you - hope you feel better soon 🙁 4mo
Andrea4 @squirrelbrain thanks, I'm hoping the antibiotics kick in soon and the swelling and pain go! 4mo
mdhughes72 Feel better! 🤒 4mo
llwheeler Hurray for books and Netflix! Hope you feel better fast!! 4mo
Andrea4 @llwheeler me too. 😕 4mo
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Branwen
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Happy Birthday, Anne Bronte! (1/17/1820) You often get overlooked when people talk about your sisters, Charlotte and Emily, but you will always be my favorite Bronte. 💕 Your novel about a woman leaving her abusive husband was groundbreaking when it was published in 1848, and it helped give me the courage to walk away from a similar situation. So thank you for that. You freaking rock, girl! 🤗💕📚

Naj 💜💜 4mo
ColleenIsReading I‘ve never read any Anne Bronte—which would you recommend trying first? 4mo
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Branwen @erzascarletbookgasm @Naj Thank you, friends 💕 @ColleenIsReading Even though Agnes Grey was her first novel, I would totally recommend reading The Tenant of Wildfell Hall first. It's just so well written, and really progressive for her time! 😀 4mo
DaveGreen7777 Glad she was able to inspire you to fight for a better life, Becky! 😊 4mo
Branwen @DaveGreen7777 Thank you so much! 🤗💕 It still amazes me how wonderful my life is! 4mo
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Andrea4
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No wonder it's considered a feminist text, Brontë is holding nothing back in regard to what was considered a woman's place and then proceeding to have her character's debate the merits of such assumptions.

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Andrea4
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Curled up in bed with Anne Brontë, watching a very pretty, wintery scene out my window as my banana bread bakes and I sip my coffee.
Oh the joys of not working in the morning!

erzascarletbookgasm Sounds heavenly! 💓 Enjoy your day! 4mo
mdhughes72 Nice bookshelf!! 4mo
Andrea4 @erzascarletbookgasm thanks!!! My apartment smells heavenly now!!! 4mo
Andrea4 @erzascarletbookgasm thanks!! My apartment smells heavenly now! 4mo
Andrea4 @mdhughes72 thanks!! 4mo
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Andrea4
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Best way to end a letter.
Maybe I'll steal these lines when I write my next letter ;)

mdhughes72 What‘s it say? My tired old eyes just barely can‘t make it out. 4mo
mdhughes72 And while you‘re at it, what does the ink say on the left? 4mo
Andrea4 @mdhughes72 so sorry, here it is. This is the first installment of my debt. If the coin suits you, tell me so, and I'll send you the rest at my leisure: if you would rather remain my creditor than stuff your purse with such ungainly heavy pieces, -tell me still, and I'll pardon your bad taste, and willingly keep the treasure to myself. 4mo
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Andrea4 @mdhughes72 hahaha It says: Amor Fides Veritas Ignosce tibi ipsi. It translates: love, faith, truth, forgive yourself. 4mo
mdhughes72 Thanks! Ah, sounds like there‘s a story there. But I suppose there‘s always a story. 4mo
Andrea4 @mdhughes72 you're welcome. And yes, there is a story; the long version is well, long and complicated. The short version is I knew I would need a constant reminder to love and trust myself and after everything, forgive myself. Past-Me had some good ideas at times.☺ 4mo
mdhughes72 Important lessons that I‘m only now beginning to learn. I‘m the slowest learner I know. If you‘ve already figured it out well enough by now, then you‘re way ahead of me! 4mo
Andrea4 @mdhughes72 haha well I "figured" out that I should do it, doesn't mean it always works out in practice. Hence the need to literally write it on myself for a constant reminder!!! 4mo
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SamAnne
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A pint and an English classic at a beach pub. Perfect. Can‘t believe I never read Anne Bronte before. Perhaps the most subversive of the Bronte Sisters?

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Kat_H
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It's my birthday today and so far my presents are all books or stationery, including a biography of Anne Bronte complete with handstitched Hebridean tweed book cover. Feeling very spoilt!

Marilyncjackson Happy Birthday 🎈🎂 5mo
JaneyWaneyB Happy Birthday 🎂📚🎈🎁 have a lovely day 😁 5mo
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AnneCecilie
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#adventrecommends day 9

A feminist novel, off course I‘m here for that

Emilymdxn This is an amazing book I thought!!! Very unfairly overlooked a lot 6mo
AnneCecilie @Emilymdxn I raced through this. Yes, her sisters books gets all the attention 5mo
Vagablonde My favourite Bronte novel. 5mo
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VanessaCW
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I found this quite waffly and too pious for my liking. I nearly gave up. It did improve towards the middle. I think it could be edited to block out the waffle and be half the size! Not a bad story but just confirms that in the case of classics I usually prefer a TV adaptation.

Buechersuechtling A relief to know that there are other people like me out there, who prefer TV adaptations to the written original when it comes to certain classics. 🙂 2mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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When Helen moved into Wildfell Hall, there was a rumour that she was Mr Lawrence‘s mistress. Gilbert Markham dismissed all the rumours until he saw the two of them together one night, and misunderstood. He beat up Mr Lawrence unprovoked, because he was jealous.

I‘ve just watched the bbc series last night. Though it differs from the novel in some parts, it was a good adaptation. Cast: Toby Stephens (💙), Rupert Graves.

#NoFemmber #jealousguy

Cinfhen Haven‘t read the book or seen the adaptation #MaybeSomeDay seems to be my motto for this challenge 7mo
Cathythoughts I still must read this ❤️❤️❤️ 7mo
saresmoore Great pick for this prompt! That scene in the book really caught me off-guard! 7mo
Billypar Great choice! 👍 7mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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I have a few great reads this year, all thanks to Litsy and lovely Littens. The tagged book is my latest favourite, an underrated classic.❣️

Congratulations on your Litsy milestone @TheLibrarian 👏 and thank you for having this #70kgiveaway 💖

TheLibrarian Thank you for entering! I haven‘t read this yet and will need to check it out at some point. 7mo
rohit-sawant Couldn't agree more on the book being an underrated classic! 7mo
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DannyOlda
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I usually read a classic in the morning and contemporary fiction at night, but changing things up with this one.

saresmoore I loved this book. 7mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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Pickpick

Now I know why this is widely agreed as Anne Brontë‘s masterpiece. It‘s timeless, forward-thinking. An examination of issues that are still relevant and raging today. All the love ❤️ for Anne Brontë, all the stars ? for this book.

#litsyclassics

Adriannagab It‘s the best 😍 I enjoyed that one so much!! Funny how women are still facing similar issues, after so many years 7mo
batsy ❤️❤️ 7mo
Avidreader25 I love this one too! 7mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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I don‘t know why this has been sitting on my shelves for so long. I am loving this book so much but have to put it down a while as what Helen is enduring really infuriates me..and the menfolk in her backstory are contemptible!
#currentread

MayJasper Sounds so good 7mo
batsy It's so good... And yes, infuriating! 7mo
Branwen This book seriously changed my life. 💕 Helen is so inspiring! 7mo
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thegreentealibrarian
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#readathon #deweyoct Hour 1: I present my stack and my hot chocolate. 🎃🕸👻💀😚

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Bindrosbookshelf
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📖#currentlyreading
I am really enjoying reading this book, seeing a domestic abuse relationship in the 1800s compared to the other stories written at that time. So brave and still so relevant.
Bindi meanwhile is happy to snuggle.
#dogsoflitsy

CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian I love that book! 8mo
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erzascarletbookgasm
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I still need to read this. Hopefully this year!

#quotsysept18 #guard

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Adriannagab
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Just got this beauty😍😍😍😍 can‘t wait to read it!

RaimeyGallant Pretty! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 9mo
Adriannagab Awesome thanks! ☺️ 9mo
Chelleo Beautiful flower! Welcome to Litsy! 🤗 9mo
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Eggs Welcome to Litsy 👋🏻🌸🤗 9mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty!! Welcome to Litsy!! 9mo
Wife Welcome to Litsy!🌹 9mo
CoffeeNBooks Welcome to Litsy! 🎉 9mo
Aimeesue Pretty! Welcome to Litsy. 9mo
mcausten_sister Awesome book! I remember reading it in my school library and losing my mind at several parts brcause of how amazing Anne Bronte portrays Helen. 9mo
Adriannagab @mcausten_sister I know! 🙌🏽I haven‘t finished it yet hope it has a happy ending. Anne‘s subversive narrative and sarcasm are brilliant. I‘m obsessed with Helen.👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽 9mo
mcausten_sister @Adriannagab Helen is a bad mf who deserves to be in the literary hall of fame. Anne Bronte deserved more than what her sisters let her have. 9mo
Adriannagab @mcausten_sister Agreed!😂😂 9mo
jfalkens Welcome to Litsy and happy reading!! 9mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage Welcome to Litsy!! 9mo
whatshesreadingnow Welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻 9mo
DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚🎉Hope you are enjoying it here! 8mo
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LondElle89
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Woo.....what a roller coaster that was. I really enjoyed this book despite being so frustrated and angry a good majority of the book. Anne Brontë kept it real and I appreciated it. Anne is now one of my new favourite people. Also, I'm glad this book was overly happy at the end, I really needed it after all the anger I endured. 4.5 out of 5.

Bronte_Chintz I always think Anne is rather under appreciated! I 💖 this book! 9mo
LondElle89 @Bronte_Chintz it's a shame she was in the shadow of her sisters. This was such a great book, I can't wait to read Agnes Grey. 9mo
Bronte_Chintz @LondElle89 It‘s very good! It really is a shame, she often gets ignored so I‘m a bit of an Anne advocate! 9mo
rhubarbtart I like your photo. It‘s perfect. 7mo
LondElle89 @rhubarbtart thank you so much, you are so sweet!! 7mo
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LondElle89
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I'm just past the halfway point of this book. This is my first Brontë novel and I'm glad I chose this one rather than a Charlotte or Emily Brontë novel. This book was ahead of its time and is so raw. Sometimes I get frustrated with the main character and sometimes I just want to help them. I'm on a rollercoaster of emotions.

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MayJasper
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I haven't taken part in a photo challenge for a while but here goes #inthewild for
#readathon #deweyjuly
@DeweysReadathon

ladym30 Lovely photo! 10mo
MayJasper Thanks 😊 @ladym30 10mo
RadicalReader @MayJasper your wonderful description couldn‘t be any more accurate!!! 10mo
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CourtStafford
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I wish all my books could be Penguin English Library editions. 😍

2BR02B So stripey! 😍 11mo
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mellowgirlblog
Pickpick

Such an interesting read for the time period! Although Anne is often the overlooked Brontë sister, this book shows her powers of writing and her feisty personality. Lots of twists and turns, and in the end a very good moral. Very enjoyable.

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Brooke_H
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One of my prizes arrived today, and it‘s soooo pretty! 😍 Thank you so much, @cobwebmoth !!

cobwebmoth Yay! Hopefully the other book won't be too far behind.😊 12mo
ladym30 Beautiful cover! 12mo
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andrew61
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#MayLovesClassics #BookishScenesWithinAClassic
Ive missed a few days but thanks @Sarah83 for an enjoyable challenge. Im already planning next years classic challenge as im in 2 minds abt some choices and already have some planned as this made me read 1 of my 5* bks this yr. It was so good & Gilbert + Markham's relationship develops through a love of books - this scene was a little tense as Gilbert underestimates helen - wonderful read.

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MissAlyssHearts
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Pickpick

An amazing feminist novel that doesn‘t disparage men in general. Anne Brontë‘s sarcastic approach to talking about societal roles is refreshing. 10/10 would recommend.

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Librarybelle
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When a mysterious young woman moves into Wildfell Hall, the little community will never be the same. #building #maylovesclassics

Bronte_Chintz Always loved this book. 12mo
Librarybelle @Bronte_Chintz I‘m in the process of reading it now...it‘s so good! 12mo
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mdm139
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Eucalyptus Mint bath bomb and a classic. Perfect way to unwind.

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Libby1
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Pickpick

I finished this book over a week ago but forgot to review it.

I found this to be a challenging, slow burning read. The occasional beauty of the language and the importance of its subject matter (an early feminist work) make this a Pick for me.

I‘m glad I read it but it wasn‘t my favourite Anne Brontë novel.

elizabethlk I think of this one as having a subtle brilliance, but also being a bit on the dry side. 12mo
Libby1 @elizabethlk - EXACTLY. I agree completely. The heroine was just a little bit too perfect, too. I know that can be typical for that time, but she still annoyed me sometimes! Some of the imagery and the content certainly had subtle brilliance. 12mo
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Libby1
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saresmoore
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This book totally surprised me. I wasn‘t expecting the force and complexity of the female protagonist that Anne Brontë so deftly depicted in this delicately woven story. This is an underrated classic that manifests beauty, subversion, wisdom, & some serious staying power.

#4newfavsin4days #4newfavesin4days

TrishB And a lovely review 😘 12mo
saresmoore @TrishB Thanks, friend! ♥️ 12mo
LeahBergen A beautiful review (AND photo). 😘 12mo
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JaclynW Great review! 12mo
saresmoore @LeahBergen @JaclynW Thank you, both! It‘s a beautiful book, inside and out. ♥️ 12mo
rubyslippersreads Lovely! 😍📚 12mo
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LeahBergen
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CouronneDhiver Lovely! 😍😍 13mo
TrishB Gorgeous 💜 13mo
BooksTeasAndBookishThings Love this so much ❤️ 13mo
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Kalalalatja 😍😍😍😍 sigh 13mo
youneverarrived Wow 😍😍😍 13mo
batsy Swoooooon! 13mo
Louise Beautiful! 😍 13mo
mklong 😍😍😍🤗🤗🤗 13mo
AmyG Oooooo 💕 13mo
Lcsmcat Beautiful! 13mo
BiblioLitten Omggg💞😍 13mo
saresmoore I think you know my feelings on this, but I‘ll go ahead and express them anyway: 🤩🤤😢😍 13mo
rubyslippersreads I think I'm going to faint! 😍 13mo
ValerieAndBooks So beautiful! You could frame that picture as art!! 13mo
BookMaven407 ❤️❤️❤️ 13mo
Linsy @rubyslippersreads Me too!!! Serious, swooning here! 😍😍😍 13mo
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Cinfhen Safe to bet, this book won‘t be making my list anytime soon....😜 13mo
ephemeralwaltz 💜💜💜🖤🖤🖤 13mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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I‘ll add to your #CoolOldBooks photo collection @Linsy I picked up this copy from the Everyman‘s Library collection at a Library sale, because I just fell in love with it‘s beauty, although it‘s probably too delicate to read. No idea when it was published, couldn‘t find any dates of the sort, but sometime after 1914, because that‘s when the introduction is signed by it‘s writer. Plus it has a beautiful #BookSpines

Caroline2 Wow 😯 what a beautiful edition! 13mo
saresmoore Be still my heart! 13mo
GondorGirl 😍😍😍 13mo
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batsy Beautiful 😍 13mo
Moray_Reads Oh, it's very William Morris 😍 13mo
JazzFeathers Oh my goodness 😍😍😍 13mo
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cobwebmoth
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One of my favorite classic #female authors is Anne Brontë. I read the tagged book when I was young, and I thought it was wonderful. I read Agnes Grey this year and loved it, too. I just wish she had a chance to write more. #maylovesclassics #Litsyclassics @Sarah83 @Bambolina_81

batsy Yes! ❤️❤️ 13mo
LeahBergen Love her. 💕💕 13mo
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Libby1
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“Her sister, Mary, was several years older, several inches taller, and of a larger, coarser build - a plain, quiet, sensible girl, ... and been the housekeeper, and family drudge, from thence to the present time. She was trusted and valued by her father, loved and courted by all dogs, cats, children, and poor people, and slighted and neglected by everyone else.”

Oh, Mary - I want to be your friend! 💙💛💙

readordierachel That bookmark 😂. So good 13mo
LeahBergen The bookmark! 😂👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 13mo
Libby1 @ReadOrDieRachel and @LeahBergen - isn‘t that bookmark the best? 13mo
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Libby1
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Reecaspieces No doubt 13mo
LoveToReadLiveToRead Haha, story of my life! 😂 13mo
rabbitprincess WORD. And in my case, three end up being chunksters 🙄 13mo
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Daisey So true! 13mo
Caroline2 Yep!!! 😆 13mo
Ddzmini 🤣🤣🤣📖📚📚 yes 😳 13mo
Libby1 @Reecaspieces , @LoveToReadLiveToRead , @rabbitprincess , @Riveted_Reader_Melissa , @Daisey , @emilyhaldi , @Caroline2 , @Ddzmini - I‘ll have 3 on the go and then download something else on @SerialReader ! I think I need an #intervention . 13mo
Ddzmini I‘m right there with you can we get that together here intervention it will be ABA Addiction to Books Anonymous...😝🤣🤣🤣📚📚📚📚📚📚 13mo
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