By Ian Scott-Kilvert
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In the third edition she toned down her account of the Bronte girls' schooldays because objections were raised by relatives of the principal of the school, the Reverend Cams Wilson. 4 Her decision to omit references to Charlotte's passion for M. Heger, the Brussels teacher, was entirely her own—here she wished above all, one feels, to avoid inflicting unmerited distress on people who were still alive, especially Charlotte's husband, the Reverend Arthur Nicholls. With these understandable exceptions, Mrs.
But her imaginative insight in this book is more remarkable than the use she makes of personal experience. She was never as close to her father as Molly is to Dr. Gibson, but this does not in the least prevent her from sensitively distinguishing the different kinds of affection that a closely united father and daughter may have for each other. Molly's passionate idealization of her father, which increases her emotional disturbance on his remarriage, is contrasted with his own troubled feelings of responsibility and love.
She was not to enjoy it for long. After tea there on 12 November 1865, barely four months after its purchase, she suddenly collapsed and died while talking to members of her family. She left the final passages of Wives and Daughters unfinished. Her body was taken back to Manchester and then on for burial to the Unitarian chapel at Knutsford. Warwickshire/' says Signora Brunoni in Cranford); two years more were spent in London nursing her father until his death in 1829; and from then until her marriage in 1832 she lived with Anne Turner, the daughter of a Unitarian minister connected with her family, first in Newcastle on Tyne, then in Edinburgh (the setting for the ''frame" story in Round the Sofa), and finally in Manchester, where Anne's sister was married to the Reverend John Gooch Robberds, minister of Cross Street Unitarian Chapel.
BRITISH WRITERS, Volume 5 by Ian Scott-Kilvert