The Resource The professor, Charlotte Brontë ; edited by Heather Glen
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The professor
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Charlotte Brontë ; edited by Heather Glen
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The professor
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When the orphaned William refuses his uncles ' proposal to become a clergyman and rejects an offer from his brother Edward to work as his clerk, he decides to accept a position as an English teacher at a boys ' school in Belgium. When his career leads him to take up another post at a girls' school nearby, William becomes emotionally involved with the manipulative headmistress of the establishment, Mademoiselle Reuter. The tangle of feelings produced by this relationship and his love for a younger pupil sets the young teacher on a downward spiral towards disaster. Based on Charlotte Bronte 's own autobiographical experience in Brussels as a teacher, and later reworked into the much-expanded Villette and only published posthumously, The Professor was Charlotte Bronte 's first attempt at full-length fiction and bears all the hallmarks of her future work, with touches of genius and an unparalleled sharpness of style.
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017378
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SZR
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823.8
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no index present
LC call number
PR4167
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.P7 2003
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1130
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fiction
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Penguin classics
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adult
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Charlotte Brontë ; edited by Heather Glen
The professor, Charlotte Brontë ; edited by Heather Glen
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18 cm.
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318 p.
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9780140433111
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(pbk.)
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cat54rev
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