Art, Brontë, Charlotte, Brontë, Emily, Collins, Wilkie, Dickinson, Emily, Famous and appreciated … too late, Graphic art, Orwell, George, Pre-Raphaelites, The Woman in White

OTD d. Emily Dickinson – and the benefits of obscurity to a writer

Emily Dickinson - and the benefits of obscurity to a writer Today is the anniversary of the death of the great American poet, Emily Dickinson (10 Dec 1830 – 15 May 1886). Another author from my 'famous and appreciated … too late' series. All quotes in this post are from Emily's writing, unless mentioned otherwise.… Continue reading OTD d. Emily Dickinson – and the benefits of obscurity to a writer

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Background 1950s graphic story of the Bronte family
Art, Books & art, Brontë, Anne, Brontë, Charlotte, Brontë, Emily, Graphic art, Writers

Three Sisters of Haworth, the Bronte family in wonderful 1950s graphic art

Three Sisters of Haworth - a graphic story I have two interests that rarely get reflected on this blog. I collect/sell vintage prints (on a small scale) and I'm a fan of the world of speech bubbles (cartoons and graphic art). So I was delighted when my love of these collided with my love of… Continue reading Three Sisters of Haworth, the Bronte family in wonderful 1950s graphic art