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The Brontes and education : a descriptive analysis of the educational experience of the Bronte sisters and its relevance for modern teachers and pupils : with particular emphasis on the theme of rebellion and conformity

The Brontes and education : a descriptive analysis of the educational experience of the Bronte sisters and its relevance for modern teachers and pupils : with particular emphasis on the theme of rebellion and conformity
The Brontes and education : a descriptive analysis of the educational experience of the Bronte sisters and its relevance for modern teachers and pupils : with particular emphasis on the theme of rebellion and conformity
University of Southampton
Hulmes, Margaret Eileen
Hulmes, Margaret Eileen

Hulmes, Margaret Eileen (1990) The Brontes and education : a descriptive analysis of the educational experience of the Bronte sisters and its relevance for modern teachers and pupils : with particular emphasis on the theme of rebellion and conformity. University of Southampton, Doctoral Thesis.

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Published date: 1990

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Author: Margaret Eileen Hulmes

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