The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - The Original Classic Edition was written by Anne Bronte, has been published in the English language.
This novel by Anne Bronte has been set out as a letter from Gilbert Markham to his friend and brother-in-law about the events leading to his meeting his wife. The book is divided into three volumes. Firstly, narrated by prosperous farmer and widow, Mr Gilbert Markham. Who is stuck in a love triangle with Eliza Millward and Helen Graham.
Part Two is taken from Helen's diaries and describes her marriage to Arthur Huntingdon and the twisted life they lived together.
Finally part three, begins after the reading of the diaries when Helen bids Gilbert to leave her because she is not free to marry. But the death of the late Mr Arthur Huntingdon, Helen finds Gilbert and asks for forgiveness...
Find out what happens as the story continues. Will Gilbert take Helen back? Anne Bronte born 1820 was a British novelist and poet, the youngest member of the Bronte literary family. She was the daughter of a poor clergyman in the Church of England. Majority of her life she lived with her family in a small parish in Yorkshire. After a few years in boarding school at the age of 19 she worked as a governess. After her teaching position she for filled her literary ambitions by writing a volume of poetry with her sister and published two famously classic English novels. At the age of only 29 Anne's life was cut short by tuberculosis in 1849.
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