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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Feb 14
Ponden Hall, near Stanbury, has been suspected of being the inspiration of both Thrushcross Grange and Wuthering Heights itself in the novel of the same name by Emily Brontë. The original hall was was built in 1634 by Robert Heaton.
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Debs Green - Jones Feb 15
'You are come back to me then?' another sketch as a follow up to yesterdays post. I like to think this is more like true love should be, what do you think?
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Dr Amber Pouliot Jun 12
I was so excited to receive this book in the mail yesterday! "The and the Idea of the Human: Science, Ethics, and the Victorian Imagination".
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Wasted 16 Sep 18
Only a few weeks left to catch WASTED - an access-all-areas account of the struggles, heartbreaks and triumphs of the through the lens of a rock documentary... what more could you need? 🤟🎤
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Dr Kimberly Barker 30 Jul 18
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Debs Green - Jones 17h
Afternoon all, I picked this up a while ago, hoping it might be like a token Patrick gave to Maria for St Valentine's Day perhaps?
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Rose Zolock Jul 15
The Of The Brother 🇬🇧 - home of the famous In - the pub where you get a literary spirit. The Black Bull, Haworth, where the spectre of Branwell Bronte with his disheveled red hair and wild eyes has apparently been a regular...
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Dr Amber Pouliot Mar 2
I finally got my very own copy of our Coarse issue!
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Rachel Maria Bell Jul 4
In Filey this afternoon walking in Charlotte's footsteps. Brought Juliet Barker's tome The with me to make a video or 2. Seriously tho, how to juggle the weight of this book whilst holding camera steady?! 🤣🤷‍♀️
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Rose Servitova Feb 18
Recently, a friend let me check out their "Ellis Bell" copy of from 1858. Never held one with the pseudonym before
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Wasted 14 Sep 18
Don't waste your chance to see the rock the Southwark Playhouse stage until 6 OCT 🤟...
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David Castleton (Author) Jul 20
"the moors, stretching bleakly & barely up from the dwelling which was to be her home; & where often, on autumnal & winter nights, the four winds of heaven seemed to meet & rage together" Gaskell, 'Life of Charlotte Bronte' (Pic: )
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David Castleton (Author) 31 Jan 19
folktales speak of the gytrash - a huge ghostly dog with flaming red eyes. The gytrash haunts dark lonely roads and tries to lure lost travellers away across the moors. The gytrash is mentioned in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre.
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🕯Emily Brontë Aug 26
Keeper, Flossy and Grasper, treasured companions all... .
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Bradford Council 7 Feb 19
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David Castleton (Author) May 25
The doorway of High Sunderland Hall, a manor house that stood near Halifax, . The house - noted for its elaborate and grotesque carvings - may have inspired Emily Bronte's descriptions of the house of Wuthering Heights.
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University of Bradford Jun 23
Join this summer as they explore the lives, works and passions of Bradford's most famous family - the . Whether you are a Bronte fanatic or a curious beginner, learn more about these fascinating literary figures
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Beyond the Vote Festival 11 May 18
Calling all fans! Come and listen to our very own speak about TB, fashionable diseases and the ways we read (and consume) novels by the on Sunday 8 July 2018, 12-1pm. Book your tickets here:
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Shibden Hall Sep 4
**NEW SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED** The fabulous will be talking at our one day conference with on and the on Monday 14th October.
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Annie Whitehead Author Oct 26
Remains of Wycoller Hall, inspiration for Ferndean Manor Jane Eyre. Blog post here:
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