Emily Bronte is one of the infamous Bronte sisters (her sisters were Charlotte and Anne), English women writers (novelists and poets). Emily is well-known for writing Wuthering Heights, a controversial Gothic novel. There's some debate as to whether Emily's novel was the greatest contribution to 19th-century literature by the three sisters. The style is striking in its poetic intensity. So, what …
Book Review: The Brontës at Haworth by Ann Dinsdale
This is an orderly presentation of known facts about the Brontës, by the librarian of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, with little attempt at analysis or interpretation and few of the authorial insights one expects of a modern biography.
The Brontë Parsonage Museum
The home to Charlotte and her siblings, as well as her inspiration for Wuthering Heights.
The Brontë Sisters Web: Emily
This Web site in Japan covers each of the sisters, including a chronology on Emily, her works, and plenty of academic resources.
Emily Brontë Biography
Laura MacLeod has written an entertaining biography on Emily "The Strange" Brontë. She tells us about the "oddest" of the Brontë children who angrily refused to see a doctor or take any medicine when she came down with consumption. Apparently, she did change her mind...the day of her death.
The Bronte Myth
Long ago, the lives of the Brontë sisters--Charlotte, Emily and Anne--reached mythic proportions, as they compelled fanatical devotion. However, as Lucasta Miller shows in "The Brontë Myth," many of the cultural memories of the sisters have very little to do with reality.
Love and Friendship - Emily Bronte
Emily Bronte writes about the conflicting realities of love and friendship in her famous poem.
No coward soul is mine (XVIII)
No coward soul is mine (XVIII) is a poem written by Enily Bronte. Her sister, Charlotte, said these lines were the last Emily ever wrote.
WutheringHeights Mailing List
Mainly devoted to discussing Wuthering Heights, and the various film, TV, and stage adaptations.