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Jennifer Grantham Jan 17
"A fine and subtle spirit dwells In every little flower, Each one its own sweet feeling breathes With more or less of power. There is a silent eloquence In every wild bluebell That fills my softened heart with bliss That words could never tell." -The Bluebell
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Nick Holland Jan 17
I loved celebrating the 200th birthday of Anne Bronte in Haworth today - well done your new exhibition is amazing! I was so emotional seeing it that I burst into tears 😭 great to see Anne honoured at last
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The Folio Society Jan 20
Last few hours to enter this giveaway! We're celebrating 200 years since Anne Brontë was born with our new edition of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, and a chance to win £50/$75 of Folio books. RT by midnight tonight to enter!
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Nick Holland Apr 2
*drum roll* I've today launched a new website dedicated to Anne Bronte celebrations in 2020, there's lots more to add - including news of an Anne inspired 'wall of hope'. I hope you like it, but for now, for here is
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Eric Karl Anderson Jan 17
I arrived at the gym dressed for a giant party in honour of Anne Brontë’s 200th birthday but I appear to be the only one celebrating. 🤷🏻‍♂️ 🥳🎉
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D M Denton - Author and Artist Feb 6
From an encounter with the legendary Baroque composer Alessandro Stradella to the 19thc writer  to the Chicago of the 1920s and 1930s, unique , , poetry, art by
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LiterateIndy Jan 17
Bookshelves at the Bronte Parsonage Museum
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Julie Rose Jan 16
Day 12 of my Brontë inspired artwork. This piece is part of the exhibition now on at Woodend, Scarborough. Hope you’ve enjoyed seeing how the Brontë’s have inspired me and Happy 200th Birthday Anne 🥀
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VenetiaJane's Garden Jan 17
"Oh, that lone flower recalled to me My happy childhood's hours, When bluebells seemed like fairy gifts, A prize among the flowers." -from 'The Bluebell' by Anne Brontë. Today is the 200th anniversary of Anne Brontë's birth , 17th January 1820.
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Grado en Estudios Ingleses (UMA) Jan 17
Today is the 200th anniversary of the birth Anne Brontë. She wrote the novels Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Often overshadowed by her two elder sisters, Emily and Charlotte, Anne Brontë is now regarded as a great feminist writer. 🎂2⃣0⃣0⃣
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Lindsey Tyson Aug 20
Anne Bronte Fan? Artist?? Why not come and take part in our Mini Art Exhibition in celebration of the great lady's 200 anniversary??
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Nick Holland Jan 21
I was delighted to be sent this from Scarborough yesterday! A woman called Eileen had taken a picture of my new book Crave The Rose on Anne Bronte's memorial, surrounded by candles and love in celebration of her 200th birthday!
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Dr Emma Butcher Jan 17
Today is . This is the sketch by Anne that I mention in my article. She was courageous in her writing, owning her self worth and calling out domestic abuse, making her as relevant in our age, as she was in her own time:
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Woodend Feb 4
💫EXHIBITION EXTENDED!💫 's beautifully curated exhibition honouring the life and work of Anne Brontë has been so popular, we've decided to extend it until Sat 29 Feb. 200 artists. 200 years.
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Gemma Matthews Oct 14
I am happy to say that I will have 2 pages in the Anne Brontë p. 200 Art exhibition that will be held at Scarborough in January. 😊🧵🌿📚
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Nick Holland Jan 17
In my new post we say Happy 200th birthday to Ann Bronte and I explain just what makes her so special to me and others
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Neil Hegarty Jan 17
'What about *that* one?'
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Eric Karl Anderson Jan 16
Anne Brontë was born 200 years ago today and I greatly enjoyed reading The Tenant of Wildfell Hall for the first time. Here are my thoughts:
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Tracy Chevalier Jan 17
Happy Birthday, Anne Brontë! *deep curtsy*
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Dr Amber Pouliot Jan 2
2020 is upon us and you know what that means: it's Anne 's year! Please consider submitting an essay for our special issue of Victorians: A Journal of Culture and Literature. Essays must be submitted by 1st March 2020.
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