To Other Anne Brontë Related Sites
'On The Death of Anne Brontë' (Judith Bronte) - poem by Charlotte Brontë.
Anne Brontë (1820 - 1849) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom) Excellent site about Anne - biography and good poems coverage.
Brontë Sisters (Mitsuharu Matsuoka) - All three sisters - excellent site - many links - some Haworth pictures.
Haworth Village (email@example.com) - Excellent site about Haworth: many Brontë related items & pics
The Brontës (Angel-soul) - Nicely presented site - all three sisters - many links.
The Brontës (Jenny Smith) - The Unofficial Brontë Page - stuff you won't find anywhere else!
'Becoming Brontë' (Emily Cicchini) - Interesting excerpt from a play about the three sisters.
The Brontë Parsonage Museum (Brontë Parsonage Museum) - The Brontë Society's own web-page - all-round information.
Die Schwestern Brontë (Bettina Licht) German site about the three sisters (Text in German).
Brontë Country (Eagle Intermedia Publishing Ltd) - Details and pictures of Haworth, Thornton, etc. - the entire area is covered.
The Brontë Birthplace (Eagle Intermedia Publishing Ltd) - Details of the Thornton house in which Anne was born.
The Brontë Birthplace (Mamie Shafi) - The Official 'Brontë Birthplace' web-site - comprehensive information.
The Brontë Sisters (Cecilia Falk) - All three sisters - comprehensive, many links (sadly, too infrequently updated!).
The Brontë Sisters (In Search of Emily & Anne) (Ken Hutchinson) - Primarily about Emily and Anne - many poems.
Brontë Sisters and Haworth Web Site (Jean Wainman) - Some nice Haworth pictures, and the Brontë family tree.
Anne's Grave - with 'tribute' notes (Find-A-Grave) (At this page search for 'Anne Bronte')
The Brontës on CD ROM (Primary Source Media) - (Search for 'Brontes') (Currently not available)
Agnes Grey - The novel (complete e-text). (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - The novel (complete e-text).178n (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Selected Poems (Anne Brontë) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell - The book (complete e-text). (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
The Life of Charlotte Brontë - The book (complete e-text). (Mitsuharu Matsuoka)
Brontë (Related books) (Books.com)
- (At this page search for 'Anne Bronte').
The BRONTE Mailing List (e-mail):
The original, 'Majordomo' BRONTE Mailing list which ran from 1994 has since closed down (June 2000). A successor list has been established on 'YahooGroups'. As on the original list, all aspects of the Brontës' works and lives are discussed. The method for subscribing to the new 'BRONTE' list is given below:
Each Mailing list at YahooGroups has its own web site, and you need to access the 'BRONTE List' site to subscribe to the list. There are also a number of options you can select at the site - such as: receive your mail as a daily digest - or as individual mails, or you can 'suspend' your mail (i.e. when you go away on vacation), among other things.
To join, merely go along to the BRONTE List web site (link below) - and click on the 'Join This Group' link - over on the right. You will then be presented with a page of options: select your preferences, and click the 'Join' button at the bottom. That's it! Once a member, feel free to browse around the site - it contains many Bronte related photographs, links to 'Bronte' web sites, photographs of list-members, etc.
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N.B: If you do not already have a 'YahooGroups account', you will first have to set one up - to do this, go to the BRONTE List web site using the link above, then click on 'Register' - over on the right. At the page you then arrive at, you proceed to choose for yourself a 'Yahoo ID' (a name by which you will be recognised at YahooGroups), and a 'password'; and enter a few details about yourself - none of this involves any finance or hassle whatsoever! Following this 'registration' process, return to the BRONTE List web site (link above), and follow the instructions given in the paragraph above.
If you experience any problems, contact the list owner at: email@example.com