The Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë

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The Early Writings of
Charlotte Brontë

Christine Alexander

Prometheus Books
700 East Amherst St. Buffalo, New York 14215

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Abbreviations *
  • Introduction *
  • Part I the Glass Town Saga (1826-1831) *
  • 1: Childhood Influences *
  • 2: The Young Men's Play *
  • 3: The Young Men's Magazine *
  • 4: Our Fellows' Play *
  • 5: The Islanders' Play *
  • 6: The Fusion of the Plays *
  • 7: The Great Glass Town *
  • 8: The Young Author *
  • 9: Glass Town Eclipsed *
  • Part II Romance and the Rise of Angria (1832-1835) 76
  • 10: Sunlight on Africa Again *
  • 11: Something About Arthur *
  • 12: A New Albion *
  • 13: Alexander Percy *
  • 14: Arthuriana *
  • 15: Mary Percy *
  • 16: High Life in Verdopolis *
  • 17: Angria Arise! *
  • 18: Political Rivalry *
  • Part III the Angrian Legend (1836-1839) *
  • 19: The 'Roe Head Journal' *
  • 20: War-Torn Angria *
  • 21: Charlotte Restores Peace *
  • 22: Mina Laury *
  • 23: High Life in Angria *
  • 24: William Percy and Elizabeth Hastings *
  • 25: Farewell to Angria *
  • Part IV the Juvenilia and the Later Writings 200
  • 26: Ashworth and Angria *
  • 27: Branwell's Influence *
  • 28: The Search After Love *
  • 29: Two Rival Brothers *
  • 30: The Authorial Voice *
  • 31: A Visual Imagination *
  • Conclusion *
  • Appendix A: A List of Other Principal Characters in the Juvenilia 246
  • Appendix B: A Chronological List of Charlotte Brontë's Early Prose Manuscripts *
  • Notes *
  • Select Bibliography *
  • Index *
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