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Five of the Brontë children studied languages other than English. All of them had access to translations of Greek, Roman, French, and German literature through books on Revd Patrick Brontë's shelves, the family's magazine subscriptions, and access to local libraries.


Subjects: Literary Studies (19th Century).

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