Emily Bronte, Born July 30, 1818

If you ever have laid hands on a copy of ‘Wuthering Heights’, you would know the brilliance of Emily Bronte. A powerfully talented writer, #novelist and poet, #Bronte was a well-known English #writer who gave English literature the classic #novel, ‘Wuthering Heights’. On this Day in 1818, Emily Bronte was born. Much like her sister, Charlotte Bronte, Emily enjoyed writing #poetry and novels. Her earliest works revolve around the fictional world, Gondal, an imaginary place and inhabitants that she created in her books. Bronte’s big leap came in 1847 with her defining work, ‘Wuthering Heights’. Interestingly, the book gained limelight only after her death and developed a reputation of a masterpiece. Bronte’s genius as a prolific writer can also be seen in her quotes that in few words convey a deeper meaning and thought. They cover a wide variety of subjects’ right from love, friendship, faith, living, death, spirituality and so on.
#BronteSisters #Gothic #Romantic #WutheringHeights #OTD #History #Bibliophile #Literature #amreading #Read #leer #leeresvivir #libros #Calsicos #librarian #culture #EmilyBronte #Reader #BooksofInstagram #instabook #Instaread

Published by Willy Martinez

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