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An imprudent and bitterly unhappy marriage, followed by the wifes departure and determined bid for freedom. Set in the rakish Regency society and written during the 1840s when the oppression of women was at its height, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is extraordinary for its impassioned and bold treatment of the issue of womens equality. The slamming of Helens bedroom door An imprudent and bitterly unhappy marriage, followed by the wifes departure and determined bid for freedom. Set in the rakish Regency society and written during the 1840s when the oppression of women was at its height, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is extraordinary for its impassioned and bold treatment of the issue of womens equality. The slamming of Helens bedroom door against her husband, wrote one critic, reverberated throughout Victorian England. In short, Wildfell Hall can be said to be the first sustained feminist novel. Much of Anne Brontës painful experience acquired while she was governess is imprinted on the action of the novel. Nevertheless, the story of Helen Huntingdon and her swaggering, debauched husband and of Gilbert Markham, the man who falls in love with Helen, is notable for its honesty, psychological truth and burning sincerity--and for its startling modernity. The cover shows a detail from Knostrop Hall, Moonlight by John Atkinson Grimshaw, in a private collection (photo: Rodney Todd-White)

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An imprudent and bitterly unhappy marriage, followed by the wifes departure and determined bid for freedom. Set in the rakish Regency society and written during the 1840s when the oppression of women was at its height, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is extraordinary for its impassioned and bold treatment of the issue of womens equality. The slamming of Helens bedroom door An imprudent and bitterly unhappy marriage, followed by the wifes departure and determined bid for freedom. Set in the rakish Regency society and written during the 1840s when the oppression of women was at its height, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is extraordinary for its impassioned and bold treatment of the issue of womens equality. The slamming of Helens bedroom door against her husband, wrote one critic, reverberated throughout Victorian England. In short, Wildfell Hall can be said to be the first sustained feminist novel. Much of Anne Brontës painful experience acquired while she was governess is imprinted on the action of the novel. Nevertheless, the story of Helen Huntingdon and her swaggering, debauched husband and of Gilbert Markham, the man who falls in love with Helen, is notable for its honesty, psychological truth and burning sincerity--and for its startling modernity. The cover shows a detail from Knostrop Hall, Moonlight by John Atkinson Grimshaw, in a private collection (photo: Rodney Todd-White)
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Title The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (English Library) Height 17.8
Anne Bronte Width 2.5
ISBN-13 9780140431377 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0140431373 Spine Width
Publisher PENGUIN BOOKS Pages 512
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