A Chainless Soul
A Life of Emily BrontëBook - 1990
The most gifted of her famous, troubled family, Emily Bronte has too often been portrayed in "storm-tossed, sentimental" biographies, according to Katherine Frank. Now Frank presents a startling new interpretation: pledged to self-denial and social isolation, Emily starved herself, contributing to her wild imagination. 16-page insert.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mufflin, 1990
Call Number: B B789f
Characteristics: 302 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm