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Anne Bronte's first novel Agnes Grey paints a vivid picture of the Victorian era. Based on Bronte's own experiences, the novel displays an astounding maturity in describing true feelings and sentiments of a young governess. The novel is simple, and...
Published in December 1847 under the pseudonym Acton Bell, Agnes Grey was the first of two novels by Anne Brontë. It details the experiences of the eponymous character, the daughter of a minister employed as a governess, and moving between rich...
Drawn from Brontë'apos;s own troubled life, this novel exposes the hardships of a governess'apos;s world and offers a rare opportunity to hear the voice of a 19th-century working woman.
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY SAMANTHA ELLISWhen Agnes'apos;s father loses the family savings, young Agnes determines to make her own living - as a governess. Working for the Bloomfields, her enthusiasm is soon dampened by isolation and the cruelty of the...
'Agnes Grey' is the debut novel of English author Anne Brontë (written under the pseudonym of Acton Bell). The novel follows Agnes Grey, a governess, as she works in several bourgeois families. The choice of central character allows Brontë to deal...