The Brontes, living in an isolated village in Yorkshire, wrote some
of the most vivid, imaginative, and widely-read novels of the
Victorian Age; they also became the subject-matter of romanticized
anecdotes and regrettably distorted biographies. The best testimony
about what kinds of men and women they really were comes from
statements they made themselves; but because their autobiographical
commentaries are sparse, the record is usefully supplemented in
this anthology by first-hand statements made not only by various
inhabitants of Haworth, but by those who met members of the Bronte
family in Yorkshire, London, and elsewhere.
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