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Natura e Religione is an essay written by Simona Scarfogliero, a young and enterprising writer from Naples, who decided to publish her degree thesis and make it available for all Brontë-lovers. The essay is divided into three different chapters which lead the reader from general to specific. In the first chapter, Simona introduces an overview… Continue reading In The Reading Room: Natura e Religione, by Simona Scarfogliero – A Review
In Haworth we had the chance to meet lots of lovely people who really made us feel at home and made this trip so special that that we can’t help telling you everything about it. One of them is Glynis Charlton, author and professional tutor who runs amazing creative writing workshops in England and Italy. We… Continue reading A Coffee With Glynis Charlton, Writer and Creative Writing Tutor
Two months already passed since Thursday 21st April and we would like to resume in this article the events that took place in Italy to celebrate the first of the four Brontë- bicentenaries. Of course the Italian representative for the Brontë Society in Italy, Professor Maddalena De Leo, was very active. She was asked to… Continue reading Charlotte’s Bicentenary in Italy
To celebrate Charlotte Brontë’s bicentenary we had been busy organizing many different events like our facebook contest and a meeting in Rome entirely dedicated to this great celebration but, on April 21st, on the very date of this very much awaited event, we decided to do something completely different: we left Rome – in good company… Continue reading The Sisters’Room Meets the Brontë Society in Italy On The Occasion Of Charlotte’s Bicentenary
The Sisters’ Room has the pleasure to collaborate with flower-ed, an indipendent publisher active in Rome since 2012. This online publisher deals with texts of contemporary authors as well as texts from the past, and it was created by two sisters- Michela and Giorgia Alessandroni. Today, it’s a pleasure for us to introduce to you… Continue reading Our Guest: Michela Alessandroni
Wuthering Heights Walter was guide. His mother’s cousin Inherited some Bronte soup dishes. He felt sorry for them. Writers Were pathetic people. Hiding from it And making it up. But your transatlantic elation Elated him. He effervesced Like his rhubarb wine kept a bit too long: A vintage of legends and gossip About those poor… Continue reading Wuthering Heights (Ted Hughes)