By Elizabeth Langland
A examine of Anne Bronte facing her lifestyles and affects, this article varieties a part of a sequence that is designed to aid within the reassessment of women's writing within the mild of modern realizing.
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Extra resources for Anne Brontë: The Other One
The efforts by Barbara Bodichon and Emily Davies to establish a women's college in the 1860s met a chilly reception from men and women alike, although these determined women succeeded in founding Girton College in 1873. Women could not attend Oxford and Cambridge until the 1860s, and even then they could not earn degrees. Oxford did not admit its women students to full degrees and university membership until 1920; Cambridge delayed granting the same rights until 1948. 19 Constrictions in educational opportunities were matched by the limited opportunities for employment afforded to women of the educated classes.
The creation of Helen , a woman 'fallen' by virtue of her flight, challenges a culture's myths of domestic happiness and the pure woman. Through Helen, Anne Bronte transforms our notions of both . Anne Bronte lived and wrote at a time in history when women had gained some preliminary rights that enabled them to question their continuing disenfranchisement in other spheres. Bronte's novels constitute a significant contribution in the ongoing debate over laws, education and employment for women, and the ideology of womanhood .
And feminism is best served when we recognise, as we must in the Brontes, that three women could support each other emotionally in all their endeavours despite strong philosophical disagreements about the nature of women and men and about the importance of reason, faith, and passion. The publication of the poems in 1846 forced the sisters to recognise just how divided they were in purpose and desire. Although Anne apparently tried to heal the breach between Charlotte and Emily, which opened when Charlotte discovered Emily's private poetry and urged publication, nonetheless their divergent perspectives became 42 ANNE BRONTE increasingly insistent.