[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Emily Brontë ✈ Stevie Davies – Varanus.us

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[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Emily Brontë  ✈ Stevie Davies – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 274 pages
  • Emily Brontë
  • Stevie Davies
  • English
  • 17 December 2017
  • 0704344017

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ⚣ Emily Brontë ✈ Stevie Davies – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    Wow How deep can you go when analyzing someone Emily Bronte is my favorite person in that if I could bring back to life someone famous so I could probe their mind, it would be her She is my favorite poet along with Edgar Allen Poe Let s just say a huge part of my need to understand her was quenched by Davies book Davies turned Emily upside down inside OUT It s all too complicated for me to repeat even a sniplet, but I got it I got it Let s just say I feel like I got a semester Wow How deep can you go when analyzing someone Emily Bronte is my favorite person in that if I could bring back to life someone famous so I could probe their mind, it would be her She is my favorite poet along with Edgar Allen Poe Let s just say a huge part of my need to understand her was quenched by Davies book Davies turned Emily upside down inside OUT It s all too complicated for me to repeat even a sniplet, but I got...


  2. says:

    Stevie Davies Emily Bronte Heretic is an incredibly insightful and fascinatingly written analysis of Emily Jane s work and to a smaller extent life That Davies is a novelist lends to this critical work a highly accessible and interesting style She attempts to dispel some of the myths about Bronte namely those of her as hermited virgin, suicidal misanthropist, and amateur The chapters on double readings in Wuthering Heights and Bronte s fascination with animals v human nature are proba Stevie Davies Emily Bronte Heretic is an incredibly insightful and fascinatingly written analysis of Emily Jane s work and to a smaller extent life That Davies is a novelist lends to this critical work a highly accessible and interesting style She attempts to dispel some of the myths about Bronte namely tho...


  3. says:

    I don t have enough words to describe how great this book is, but the author definitely does This book may very well be the most monumental every written on Emily It feels as if the author knows her and I can practically feel Emily hovering over my shoulder as I read this, nodding her head with approval Emily was a complex woman and far from simplifying her, this novel embraces the enigma that she is while seeking to bring us closer to her It made me, already an ardent Emily fan, fall even m I don t have enough words to describe how great this book is, but the author definitely does This book may very well be the most monumental every written on Emily It feels as if the author knows her and I can practically feel Emily hovering over my shoulder as I read this, nodding her head with approval Emily was a complex woman and far from simplifying her, this novel embraces the enigma that she is while seeking to bring us closer to her It made me, already an ardent Emily fan, fall evenin love with her than ever After just having read a book on the Shelley s I can t help but think they would have absolutely loved her, she might well have been another muse for Percy If there was a way to go back in time and arrange it so that they met who knows what fascinating things might ...


  4. says:

    Davies does have SOME good insights here, in places She brings a few nuggets of biography I didn t know before, and her translation, from French into English, of the two short essays Emily Bronte wrote for Monsieur Heger were useful for those of us unable to access the originals However, in many ways this is a far too rambling rendition of Davies s subjective interpretations of Emily to suit herself a danger of course in all literary criticism and history and biography writing Davies does t Davies does have SOME good insights here, in places She brings a few nuggets of biography I didn t know before, and her translation, from French into English, of the two short essays Emily Bronte wrote for Monsieur Heger were useful for those of us unable to access the originals However, in many ways this is a far too rambling rendition of Davies s subjective interpretations of Emily to suit herself a danger of course in all literary criticism and history and biography writing Davies does this in places without subtlety or nuance, to the point she portrays Bronte as some sort of Neo Darwinian Eugenicist, and ends up contradicting herself in places too especially around Emily Bronte s relationship with religion , without reconciling the problems of historically contex...


  5. says:

    I didn t get the impression that Mr Davies did much research for this book, or took proper time to edit it for his audience Much of the information was rehashed from sources I had already read or cited for papers of my own in college The volume is put together like a self published vanity book that his university refused to recognize as valid literary or research work and his theories don t hold much weight when you consider Emily s stringent religious upbringing, etc This isn t the place to I didn t get the impression that Mr Davies did much research for this book, or took proper time to edit it for his audience Much of the information was rehashed from sources I had already read or cited for papers of my own in college The...


  6. says:

    As this is Emily Bronte s bicentenary, this book ought to be a must read The book offers a penetrating reading of EB from a feminist and human perspective The left hand psychological aspect is fascinating This book is superlative literary criticism written by an author who is empathetic with EB and the natural world Stevie Davies reads Wuthering Heights almost as a sustained poem, ...


  7. says:

    Davies exploration of the life of Emily Bronte as well as her writings made for a fascinating read Using Bronte s Brussels essays, poetry, and Wuthering Heights , Davies pieces together theories about...


  8. says:

    Brilliant reading of Wuthering Heights.


  9. says:

    Brilliant, original reading of Emily Bronte s work captured her unique genius with courage imagination


  10. says:

    May be interesting, people seem to have radically oppositional views about it.

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