Tell Me Tell Me by Emily Brontë

Emily Brontë’s three-stanza poem manages to burst with the happiness which hope can bring in twelve stunning lines.

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‘With you she will sit silent…’

‘With you she will sit silent as long as it suits you to talk alone; you can hold her under a potent spell: intelligent as she is, eloquent as she can be, you can seal her lips, and veil her bright countenance with diffidence.’ From The Professor by Charlotte Brontë   This is the first in a…

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