The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë
“I would rather have your friendship than the love of any other woman in the world.” The Tenant of WildFell Hall, 1848
When the beautiful Helen Graham takes residence at the remote moorland mansion Wildfell Hall with her young son and a servant, she arouses the interest of Gilbert Markham. Their friendship is hindered by her secretive behaviour which creates gossip and speculation in the local community. He discovers her unfortunate past when allowed to read her diaries. Anne Brontë's final novel describes a woman's right to escape from an abusive marriage completely going against the norms of Victorian society, and is considered as one of the first feminist novels.
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