Charlotte Brontë’s Dark Masterpiece

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An online talk from the Brontë Parsonage Museum

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An online talk from the Brontë Parsonage Museum

Villette, Charlotte’s final novel, is a haunted book: haunted by its author, being deeply autobiographical, and haunted by a city – one Charlotte knew she would never see again and which, for us, no longer exists. This talk explores the writing of Villette, its impact and its afterlife.

Date: Thursday 16 May, 7.30pm (GMT)
Tickets: £5 (includes a code for a FREE copy of Villette from audiobook app, Audrey!)

This online event will take place via Zoom. This is a live event and will not be recorded. Please book your tickets before 5pm on Thursday 16 May to ensure you recieve your event link in time for the talk, and email if you haven't received the link by 5pm on the day of the talk. Thank you.

Thursday Talks are delivered by our knowledgeable Museum staff.  

This is an online event delivered via Zoom. Want to join person? We will be running an in-person version of this Thursday Talk at the Museum. Find out more.
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