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By Elizabeth Langland

A examine of Anne Bronte facing her lifestyles and affects, this article varieties a part of a sequence that is designed to assist within the reassessment of women's writing within the mild of modern day figuring out.

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Redeemed from the earth ', Anne has found 'ambition' and the arrogance of purported faultlessness, precisely the qualities that confine him to the earth - an absolute reliance on his own judgment, an unquestioning conviction of his rectitude. ' And Anne echoes him in her spirit's assertion that 'Wisdom is mine' (P 144) and in that spirit's insensitive rationalism. And INFLUENCES 45 her final critique focuses on the inadequacy of his reason and inexorable will as a guide to salvation: Striving to make thy way by force, Toil-spent and bramble torn , Thou'lt fell the tree that stops thy course, And burst through briar and thorn; And pausing by the river's side, Poor reasoner, thou wilt deem, By casting pebbles in its tide To cross the swelling stream.

Although Anne apparently tried to heal the breach between Charlotte and Emily, which opened when Charlotte discovered Emily's private poetry and urged publication, nonetheless their divergent perspectives became 42 ANNE BRONTE increasingly insistent. Indeed, a more realistic picture of the Bronte sisters at this period paints them as engaged in forceful dialogues rather than united in a sympathy that some were better at expressing than others. We shall spend some time examining the influences among the sisters because we need to revise the Bronte myth of visionary Emily, passionate Charlotte, and subdued Anne before we can trul y rehabilitate Anne's reputation.

Even before the poems appeared, as early as April 6, Charlotte was writing to publishers about fiction underway. Charlotte was working on The Professor, Emily on Wuthering Heights, and Anne on Agnes Grey. In May 1847, in a surprising turn of events, Emily and Anne's novels were accepted and Charlotte's rejected by Thomas Newby. He asked the authors to share the risk of publication to the extent of £50 and , although the sisters had agreed not to layout more of their precious legacy from their aunt in payment for publication, Anne and Emily jointly decided to meet his terms .

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