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March 31, 2008


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Found you at Stuck-in-a-Book on his request for views about 'Cold Comfort Farm' (I think you're right, it's not one for a bookgroup) ... anyway here is a severly tangential Haworth link: I am researching for a novel loosely based on my great-grandmother's life and I discovered that on the marriage certificate for her second marriage - which followed extremely closely on her widowhood - she called herself Haworth (never one of her names, although a name associated with a branch of her late husband's family). So ... I can't help wondering if she saw herself as a Bronte heroine, and if so, which one?

I shall invent.

Have just come across your website via Stuck in a Book as well and am enjoying reading it very much indeed. Will add you to my blogroll. I too have just finished reading daphne and have posted about it recently. I have been a Bronte fanatic for years and reading the Picardie book has got me started all over again and am now about to start the Infernal World of Branwell bronte.

I think 'Daphne' has started lots of people's thoughts off in a Bronte direction. Thank you for your kind comments.

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