44 THE BSONTE SISTERS
CHARLOTTE BRONTE—A Monograph, by Sir T. W. Reid (1877).
Contains material unknown to Mrs. GaskelL
THE BRONTE STORY, by Margaret Lane (1953).
Introduces between various passages from Mrs, GaskelTs
Life accounts of the relevant material to which she had no
EMILY BRONTE, by A/M. F. Robinson (Mme Duclaux) (1883).
THE STRUCTURE OF WUTHERING HEIGHTS, by C. P. S. [anger]
All ingenious analytical study.
THE AUTHORSHIP OF WUTHERING HEIGHTS, by Irene Cooper Willis
Analyses the legend of Branwell's participation, giving a long
extract from his fragment And the Weary are at Rest
EMILY BRONTE, by Muriel Spark and Derek Stanford (1953).
Contains an attempt to evaluate Emily's works in their own
right and not as biographical extensions.
ANNE BRONTE, by "Winifred G&in. Edinburgh (1959).