The Tenant of Wildfell Hall

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"The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" is a novel about the suffering of one woman living in an unhappy marriage, and Bronte uses that story to display the harassment of women of that time trapped in unequal relationships. The character development is very strong and realistic, and the dialogue of the novel is very powerful.
 

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Chapter I
1
Chapter V
78
Chapter VI
88
Chapter VII
107
Chapter VIII
133
Chapter IX
145
Chapter X
174
Chapter XI
186
Chapter XVII
299
Chapter XVIII
319
Chapter XIX
347
Chapter XX
362
Chapter XXI
380
Chapter XXII
391
Chapter XXIII
427
Chapter XXIV
439

Chapter XII
199
Chapter XIII
223
Chapter XIV
234
Chapter XV
251
Chapter XVI
270
Chapter XXV
460
Chapter XXVI
484
Chapter XXVII
490
Chapter XXVIII
506
حقوق النشر

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Anne Bronte was the daughter of an impoverished clergyman of Haworth in Yorkshire, England. Considered by many critics as the least talented of the Bronte sisters, Anne wrote two novels. Agnes Grey (1847) is the story of a governess, and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848), is a tale of the evils of drink and profligacy. Her acquaintance with the sin and wickedness shown in her novels was so astounding that Charlotte Bronte saw fit to explain in a preface that the source of her sister's knowledge of evil was their brother Branwell's dissolute ways. A habitue of drink and drugs, he finally became an addict. Anne Bronte's other notable work is her Complete Poems. Anne Bronte died in 1849.

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