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To whom is Anne Bronte's "A Reminiscence" addressed?

Biographers of the Brontës have generally guessed that the addressee was William Weightman, who was curate at Haworth from 1839 until he died of cholera in 1842. This identification is purely ...
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Anne Bronte's "The Penitent"

The key to this poem is the title, ‘The Penitent’, that is, someone who ‘repents’ their sins: repent, v. To review one’s actions and feel contrition or regret for something one has done or omitted to ...
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