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Selected Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell

by Anne Brontë

Currer Bell is Charlotte, Ellis Bell is Emily, and Acton Bell is Anne. Tragically, the free kindle volume doesn’t list who wrote each individual poem, although you can probably guess. Any poems about wronged suicide victims coming back to haunt the men who destroyed them are probably Anne’s, right? The woman hearing her lover’s voice on her death bed might be Charlotte. And the moldy earth and wild moors has to be Emily.

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