The Brontës’ Haworth: the place and the people the Brontës knew (revised second edition)

Stephen Whitehead

£9.95

Author Stephen Whitehead gives a unique insight into what life was like for the Brontë family, weaving the social history of 19th century England, in the grip of the industrial revolution, with the people and places they knew.  Illustrated with over eighty archive photos, this book reveals the true story of Haworth, the small village in Yorkshire, that produced three of England’s finest writers.

Published 2017 by The Brontë Society. ISBN 978-0-9505829-9-3

Paperback. B format. Illustrated. 152pp. 
 

£9.95

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Author Stephen Whitehead gives a unique insight into what life was like for the Brontë family, weaving the social history of 19th century England, in the grip of the industrial revolution, with the people and places they knew.  Illustrated with over eighty archive photos, this book reveals the true story of Haworth, the small village in Yorkshire, that produced three of England’s finest writers.

Published 2017 by The Brontë Society. ISBN 978-0-9505829-9-3

Paperback. B format. Illustrated. 152pp.