THE WIT AND WISDOM OF EMILY BRONTË

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Emily Brontë is one of several amazing writers born in July and is best known for her only published novel Wuthering Heights. When first published in 1847, the novel appeared in three volumes under the pen name Ellis Bell. In fact, Brontë’s name did not appear until 1850. Although most know her as the author of Wuthering Heights and Charlotte Brontë’s younger sister, Emily Brontë began her writing career as a poet and published many poems before her young death at age 30. In honor of her birthday on July 30th, we are sharing a menagerie of Ms. Brontë’s wise and witty words.

Quotes from Wuthering Heights

 Emily Bronte Honest People Wuthering Heights Quote

I am now quite cured of seeking pleasure in society, be it country or town. A sensible man ought to find sufficient company in himself.

Emily Bronte Wuthering Heights Books Quote

Treachery and violence are spears pointed at both ends; they wound those who resort to them worse than their enemies.

Emily Bronte Proud People Wuthering Heights Quote
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Stanzas from Emily Brontë Poems

But long or short though life may be
‘Tis nothing to eternity
We part below to meet on high
Where blissful ages never dies

– Lines –

Emily Bronte No Coward Soul is Mine

Your Turn

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