The least known of the Bronte sisters, Anne Bronte's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall features a breathtakingly strong heroine, and the level of emotion common to other Victorian gothic literature of the day. Helen Huntingdon is married to an alcoholic wretch; defying the rigid social conventions of the day, she leaves her husband to protect her son, earning money to live as an artist. While hiding at Wildfell Hall, she meets Gilbert Markham, who falls in love with her, and sets in motion events that neither foresaw. 394 pages, softcover.
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