Charlotte bronte quotes about love
Charlotte Bronte Quotes (Author of Jane Eyre)
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I would rather have your friendship than the love of any other woman in the world. But he that dares not grasp the thorn Should never crave the rose. If you would have your son to walk honourably through the world, you must not attempt to clear the stones from his path, but teach him to walk firmly over them - not insist upon leading him by the hand, but let him learn to go alone. There are great books in this world and great worlds in books. I love the silent hour of night, for blissful dreams may then arise, revealing to my charmed sight what may not bless my waking eyes.
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T he below Emily Bronte Quotes on love and passion carry the emotion in its wildest form. They are some of the best quotes in this line which I have come across recently. It generates some different mood deep inside our heart.
i will love you like no other lover
She is most famous for her only novel, Wuthering Heights. She wrote under the pen name Ellis Bell. The night is darkening round me, The wild winds coldly blow; But a tyrant spell has bound me And I cannot, cannot go. The giant trees are bending Their bare boughs weighed with snow, And the storm is fast descending, And yet I cannot go. Clouds beyond clouds above me, Wastes beyond wastes below; But nothing drear can move me I will not, cannot go. But first a hush of peace, a soundless calm descends; The struggle of distress and fierce impatience ends Mute music sooths my breast unuttered harmony That I could never dream till earth was lost to me.
For the next week, I wandered around with my nose buried deep into the life of a woman unfolding her moral and spiritual sensibilities in the throes of a rigid English society. And therein lies the power of the pen. As a woman writing under the guise of a pen-name to avoid sexual discrimination, prejudiced societal norms formed a major backdrop in a majority of her novels. Born in Thornton, Yorkshire to a country-bred family, Charlotte had to take on the maternal reins of the family at an early age, following the sudden passing of both her mother and older sisters. Through most of her growing years, she was trapped in the battle between taking care of her three younger siblings Emily, Anne also famous 19 th century writers , and Branwell, and her desire to travel overseas and seek inspiration for her writing. A lifetime of monetary limitations, orthodox restraints, and maternal burdens allowed Charlotte to explore the themes of religion, sexuality, gender, and rebellion through her critically acclaimed writing.