Monday, April 16, 2012

Past Discernment in Love

I have long been a fan of the sisters Brontë. As a teen, I remember checking out a treasury from the local library containing the complete works of Charlotte and Emily. In college, I discovered the lesser known work of their younger sister, Anne. I devoured Agnes Grey, and then decided to save The Tenant of Wildfell Hall — the last of the Brontë novels left for me to read — as a treat for a later date. Five years later, this spring felt like a good time for that treat.

One of the things I love about classic literature is that it offers an opportunity to peek back in time and discover how people of other eras thought about life and love...

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