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The Bronte Sisters: A Collection of Poems

While the novels of the Bronte sisters are much beloved, their beautiful works of poetry often go unnoticed. This collection contains all their poetical works, pieced together by Charlotte, who provides illuminating commentary on her dear sisters' words. 

The collection was first published under the names Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell. 

Featuring Elizabeth Klett as Charlotte Bronte (Currer Bell), Eva Davis as Emily Bronte (Ellis Bell), and Amanda Friday as Anne Bronte (Acton Bell).

Audio edited by Amanda Friday. Cover image designed by Eva Davis.

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lovely collection of poems

Really interesting collection of poems, wonderfully narrated. I appreciated the different narrators voicing the different poets. Each narrator had a charming voice. The poems were lovely and thought-provoking.

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  • 09-08-20

A poor Read.

it is poorly written. It is like shot gun all over the place. It seems as though it was written with out an out line.
On the plus side one learns a lot of the social history of the time.

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