By E. Chitham
This new addition to Palgrave Macmillan's writer Chronologies sequence information occasions within the lives of the Brontë sisters and their affiliates. significant occasions equivalent to the booklet of heritage in their works are incorporated, and are balanced through info of Brontë household lifestyles. There are unique discussions, within the gentle of chronology, of the scandal affecting the Brontë's brother, Branwell, and the imaginary kingdoms shared through all 4 little ones.
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October 5–9 PBB writes Chapter II of ‘Our Fellows’ [VN, I, p. 2]. Internal dates in this writing have been altered, perhaps to accord with an agreed ﬁctional chronology. November 9–22 22 PBB writes Chapter III of ‘Our Fellows’ [VN, I, p. 2]. PBB ﬁnishes Chapter III and begins Chapter IV of ‘Our Fellows’ [VN, I, p. 5]. It is ﬁnished by 1 December. December The Brontë children begin the play called ‘Islanders’ [CB, ‘The History of the Year’, Barker, p. 151 and ‘Tales of the Islanders’, Barker, pp.
17 AB’s eighth birthday. March CB and EJB establish another series of plays. CB’s announcement of this is vague and it is not possible to identify which plays are meant [CB, ‘The History of the Year’; Barker p. 151]. 21 PBB dates ‘A Description of London’ in the ﬂyleaf and draws cattle, and so on, in it [Sixty Treasures, p. 33]. April 1 21 22 CB completes and dates a sampler, the texts taken from Proverbs, and headed ‘A House divided against itself can’t stand [Photograph in Bentley, The Brontës and Their World, p.
She is buried at Cross-stone on 27 September [Barker, p. 862]. 29 Jane Branwell Morgan’s Greek Testament presented to PB by Rev. William Morgan [Barker, p. 862]. (autumn, precise date not provided) This is the notional date of the beginning of Wildfell Hall. October 5–9 PBB writes Chapter II of ‘Our Fellows’ [VN, I, p. 2]. Internal dates in this writing have been altered, perhaps to accord with an agreed ﬁctional chronology. November 9–22 22 PBB writes Chapter III of ‘Our Fellows’ [VN, I, p. 2].