Charlotte Bronte quote hand typed on antique typewriter

Charlotte Bronte quote hand typed on antique typewriter scrapbooking

“I have a strange feeling with regard to you. As if I had a string somewhere under my left ribs, tightly knotted to a similar string in you. And if you were to leave I'm afraid that cord of communion would snap. And I have a notion that I'd take to bleeding inwardly. As for you, you'd forget me.” - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte #fanart

“I have a strange feeling with regard to you. As if I had a string somewhere under my left ribs, tightly knotted to a similar string in you. And if you were to leave I'm afraid that cord of communion would snap. And I have a notion that I'd take to bleeding inwardly. As for you, you'd forget me.” - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte #fanart

Charlotte Bronte. Phenomenal author. Experienced profound loss in her life and overcame a troublesome childhood. If only she knew how famous she became.

Charlotte Bronte and her novel "Jane Eyre": a review

Charlotte Bronte. Phenomenal author. Experienced profound loss in her life and overcame a troublesome childhood. If only she knew how famous she became.

Hat nagy lecke amire megtanít minket a könyv, válaszd ki a kedvencedet és indokold választásod!

6 Powerful Lessons We Learned from 'Jane Eyre'

Hat nagy lecke amire megtanít minket a könyv, válaszd ki a kedvencedet és indokold választásod!

Portrait of Anne, Emily, and Charlotte Bronte by their brother Branwell (c.1834). He later removed himself from the painting (resulting in the "column" between the girls).

Portrait of Anne, Emily, and Charlotte Bronte by their brother Branwell (c.1834). He later removed himself from the painting (resulting in the "column" between the girls).

Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre - Social Conscience and Feminism in Victorian Literature

Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre - Social Conscience and Feminism in Victorian Literature

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"Writers' Rooms: Charlotte Brontë. This is the room in Haworth Parsonage, variously known as the dining room, the drawing room or the parlour, in which the Brontë sisters used to write and discuss their work with each other." Click through for much more biographical information.

Writers' rooms: Charlotte Bronte

"Writers' Rooms: Charlotte Brontë. This is the room in Haworth Parsonage, variously known as the dining room, the drawing room or the parlour, in which the Brontë sisters used to write and discuss their work with each other." Click through for much more biographical information.

run mad as often as you choose but do not faint! - i think Bronte and Austen could have been the best of friends if they understood each other a little better...

run mad as often as you choose but do not faint! - i think Bronte and Austen could have been the best of friends if they understood each other a little better...

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