Barker, Juliet. The Brontës. St Martin’s Press, 1994.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||George Eliot||
Lewes was married. He and his wife had agreed as rational free-thinkers that monogamy was unnatural. He had thus tolerated her relationship with his friend Thornton Hunt , and supported her children by Hunt, who...
|Family and Intimate relationships||George Henry Lewes|
|Friends, Associates||Eliza Lynn Linton|
|Publishing||Eliza Lynn Linton||
She intended this novel to open the eyes of its readers to the oppression of women. Her hopes were very high: I confidently expect a success equal to Jane Eyre. This may sound vain...
|Textual Production||Charlotte Brontë|