Emma Brown - Clare Boylan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0349116725 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Clare Boylan / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2004-07-01 by ... more
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When Charlotte Brontė, author of the classic novel "Jane Eyre" died in 1855, she left behind 20 pages of a manuscript of a new novel, along with some other scraps of pieces she had been working on. Almost 150 years later in 2003, Irish author Clare Boylan took it upon herself to complete what Charlotte had begun, and published "Emma Brown". Despite being published in the 21st century, this is truly a classic novel, and a credit to the Charlotte Brontė name and legacy. Emma Brown is a tale of a young girl - Emma, of course - who goes through some of the most difficult and horrific things that one could imagine, even for Victorian England. ... Read the complete review
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