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Full text of "The Brontes"

86                      THE   BRONTES
with the reference to Ci dragging on " and Cú this
bleak look-out/' suggest that Emily did not
idealise Haworth, and Charlotte's excitement at
the thought of going abroad may, for the time
being., have overcome Emily's horror of going
among strangers and into a foreign world. The
Brussels school was decided upon - Aunt ad-
vanced the money for fees - and in February 1842,
escorted by their father, Charlotte and Emily
arrived at the Pensionnat Heger, Rue d'Isabelle.