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Page from Volume 3 of the “Shirley” manuscript, written by Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855) around 1849....

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Page from Volume 3 of the “Shirley” manuscript, written by Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855) around 1849. Chapter entitled “The Valley of the Shadow of Death” written after losing his brother and sisters, beginning with a harrowing sentence: “The future sometimes seems to sob a low warning of the events it is bringing us, like some gathering though yet remote storm, which, in tones of the wind, in flushings of the firmament, in clouds strangely torn, announces a blast strong to strew the sea with Wrecks”
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Bronte, Charlotte (1816-55) / British
British Library, London, UK
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Institution Reference: Shelfmark ID: Add 43479 Sheet No: 1

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Brontë Charlotte (1816-1855) / 19th century / England / United Kingdom / Europe / writer / Bronte Sisters
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