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HAWQRTH PAST AND PRESENT, by J. Hoisfall Turner (1879).
IN THE STEPS OF THE BRONTES, by Ernest Raymond (1948). Gives
34 photographs of relevant places.
THE BRONTE FAMILY—With special reference to Patrick Branwell
Bronte, by Francis A. Leyland (1886).
IES SOEURS BRONTE, par E. Dimu,et. Palis (1910)0
The most important foreign study. English Translation 1927,
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE BRONTES, by Mrs, E, H. Chadwick
The Author knew Monsieur Heger's son and one of the
MRS. GASKELL AND HER FRIENDS, by Elizabeth Haldane (1930).
Includes unpublished letters about Haworth and the Rev. P.
THE FATHER OF THE BRONTES, by Annette B. Hopkins. Baltimore
THE BRONTES—Their Lives, Friendships, and Correspondence,
by T. J. Wise and J. A. Symington, 4 vols. (i.e. vols. 12—15
of The Shakespeare Head Bronte]. Oxford (1932).
The fullest and most authoritative biography.
THE BRONTES—Their Lives recorded by their Contemporaries.
Edited by E. M. Delafield (1935).
THE BRONTES' WEB OF CHILDHOOD, by F. E. Ratchford. New
Major work of research into Angrian and Gondal Legends.
THE BRONTES, by Phyllis Bentley (1947).
A short critical biography, with special reference to the
significance of the Angrian and Gondal Legends.
THE CLUE TO THE BRONTES, by G. Elsie Harrison (1948).
Contains new information about Methodist factors in Bronte
THE FOUR BRONTES—The Lives and Works of Charlotte, Bran-
well, Emily, and Anne Bronte, by L. andE. M. Hanson (1949).
Contains a full list of biographical and critical studies of the
LIFE OF CHARLOTTE BRONTE, by Elizabeth C. Gaskell, 2 vols.
The third edition, 1857, of this standard biography was 'revised
and corrected', and has since been reprinted many times.