Last Things: Emily Brontë's Poems

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Index
Ackerman, Rudolph 43
again 6, 22–4, 53, 57–8
anguish 2, 4, 18, 45, 69, 109, 119, 121–2, 124–5, 148, 164 n. 31
annuals 43–4, 157, n. 18
aubade 28
Ariès, Philippe 49
Armstrong, Isobel 12
Arnold, Matthew 126
Austen, Cassandra 148
auto-mourning 114–5
Banks, Daphne 106, 108
Barker, Juliet 92–3, 110, 119
Barrett Browning, Elizabeth 1, 8, 11
Bataille, Georges 3, 4, 16–18, 70, 79, 121, 125
Baudelaire, Charles 4
Bayne, Peter 127–8
Benjamin, Jessica 52
Bible
Job 108
John 120
1 Corinthians 120, 124
Blain, Virginia 11–12
Blake, William 4, 91, 108
Blind, Mathilde 1
Bollas, Christopher 28, 30
Book of Common Prayer, The 124
Bowlby, John 52
breath 2, 10, 17, 39, 67, 83–4, 89, 103, 107, 131, 136, 155 n. 34, 162, n. 27
Bridges, Robert 11
British Library 110
Brontë, Anne 5, 44, 71, 110, 141–3, 146–8
Agnes Grey 126–7
'self-Communion' 145
Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The 109, 126–7
'Z-----'s Dream' 63–4
Bronteë, Charlotte 1–2, 4, 8, 25, 35, 43, 57, 71, 90, 110, 116, 126–50 passim
and Emily Brontë's poems: 1, 5–6, 10–13, 23, 62, 72, 78, 88, 91, 120, 126–50 passim
'Biographical Notice of Ellis and Acton Bell' 126–7, 137–8, 142
'Caterpillar, The' 124
'Editor's Preface to the New Edition of Wuthering Heights' 126, 128, 137, 142, 156 n. 43
Jane Eyre 77, 125, 127, 132, 139, 145–146
letters 57, 110, 116, 127, 137, 142, 145–8
'Often rebuked, yet always back returning' 6, 13, 128–9, 140–7
'Palace of Death, The' 123–4
Shirley 14, 128, 137, 141, 145–7, 149
Villette 139
and Wuthering Heights 127–28, 165 n.8
ed., Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey 126–28, 141, 146
Brontë, Charlotte and Brontë, Emily
'The Visionary' 13, 76–8, 129, 138–40
Brontë, Charlotte, Brontë, Emily, and Bronteë, Anne
Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell 5, 41, 44, 72–5, 135, 160 n.8
Brontë, Emily
'A. E. andR. C.' 91
'A little while, a little while' 156 n.1
'All hushed and still within the house' 22, 57
'And first an hour of mournful musing' 1, 3, 88, 93–4, 131
'Anticipation' 73
'Away away resign me now' 82–3
'Ay—there it is! it wakes to-night' 88, 135–7
Aye there it is! It wakes tonight' 129, 135–7, 166 n.18
'Bluebell, The' 131, 165 n.9

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures x
  • A Note on Texts xi
  • 1: And First 1
  • 2: Last Things 8
  • 3: Fathoming 'Remembrance' 41
  • 4: Outcomes and Endings 59
  • 5: Fragments 79
  • 6: The First Last Thing 106
  • 7: Posthumous Brontë 126
  • Notes 151
  • Bibliography 169
  • Index 179
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