By Elizabeth Langland
A research of Anne Bronte facing her lifestyles and impacts, this article types a part of a sequence that is designed to aid within the reassessment of women's writing within the gentle of latest knowing.
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Charlotte's response reveals herself as much as, if not more than, it reveals Anne. Speaking of Anne as morbid, dejected, brooding, pursuing work she hated and that did her harm, Charlotte projects onto her sister her own strong distaste for The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Ironically, it was Charlotte who announced, as I noted above, that 'Anne, from her childhood, seemed preparing for an early death' (LL II 338). Thus we may account for the urgency with which Anne wrote as a recognition of the imminence of death, even as she was beginning to emerge as a powerful writer, someone beginning to discover her purpose on 48 ANNE BRONTE earth .
Anne's heroines feel deeply but strive to discipline their passions. Charlotte and Emily, in contrast, define their heroines' strength in the force of their felt and represented passion, including, for Charlotte, sexual passion. Anne places personal independence and suitability of temperament with a man over sexual passion, and the consequences to her art are significant. In Anne's novels, heroines do not humble themselves before male aggression in the often disturbingly submissive manner of Charlotte's heroines.
Within days of the visit to London, Anne was writing in her 'Preface' to Wildfell Hall: 'One word more, and I have done. Respecting the author's identity, I would have it to be distinctly understood that Acton Bell is neither Currer nor Ellis Bell, and therefore, let not his faults be attributed to them' (TWH 30-31). Or, one might add , let not their faults be attributed to him. Critics have recently begun to recognise that Wildfell Hall is clearly a response to Wuthering Heights. The initials of the titular houses - 'W .
Anne Brontë: The Other One by Elizabeth Langland