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Afterlives of the Brontës: biography, fiction and literary criticism

Birgit Van Puymbroeck (UGent) , Olivia Malfait (UGent) and Marysa Demoor (UGent)
(2014) BRONTE STUDIES. 39(4).
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Afterlives of the Brontës revisits the Brontë myth by uncovering new details about the Brontës’ representations in biographies, art and criticism: how are the Brontës represented at different times, in different contexts and different media? It furthermore inquires into various perspectives on authorship: what do the Brontës’ afterlives tell us about the figure of the author, traditionally portrayed as a single entity or literary genius? Finally, it reflects on the theory and practice of afterlife study: how does one negotiate the tension between fact and fiction, author and text?
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Authorial Afterlives, Biography, Authorship, Brontës, Anne Brontë, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, Life Writing

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MLA
Van Puymbroeck, Birgit, et al., editors. “Afterlives of the Brontës: Biography, Fiction and Literary Criticism.” BRONTE STUDIES, vol. 39, no. 4, 2014.
APA
Van Puymbroeck, B., Malfait, O., & Demoor, M. (Eds.). (2014). Afterlives of the Brontës: biography, fiction and literary criticism.
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Van Puymbroeck, Birgit, Olivia Malfait, and Marysa Demoor, eds. 2014. “Afterlives of the Brontës: Biography, Fiction and Literary Criticism.” BRONTE STUDIES.
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Van Puymbroeck, Birgit, Olivia Malfait, and Marysa Demoor, eds. 2014. “Afterlives of the Brontës: Biography, Fiction and Literary Criticism.” BRONTE STUDIES.
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Van Puymbroeck B, Malfait O, Demoor M, editors. Afterlives of the Brontës: biography, fiction and literary criticism. Vol. 39, BRONTE STUDIES. 2014.
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B. Van Puymbroeck, O. Malfait, and M. Demoor, Eds., “Afterlives of the Brontës: biography, fiction and literary criticism,” BRONTE STUDIES, vol. 39, no. 4. 2014.
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