Audiobooks by Brontë, Foster, Gregory, Griffin & Butterworth, White, & More | Xpress Reviews

A nonessential Jane Eyre; A surprising political/sf thriller that literally keeps you guessing until the last sentence; for public libraries with a demand for Gregory’s novels or other historical fiction; for those trying to improve their cultural literacy; recommended for readers who are experiencing a “crisis of meaning”

Brontës, Selfies, Babies, Frankenstein, & More | Classic Returns

This time out, we spotlight classics of literature, art, fashion, pregnancy bibles, and coming-of-age stories.

Claire Harman’s Charlotte Brontë: A Fiery Heart; What To Read, Listen to, Watch Next | RA Crossroads

In this column, the life of Charlotte Brontë and her creation Jane Eyre lead me down a winding path

The Brontës and Austen Redux, Redux | Wyatt’s World

There is a new wave of retellings of Austen and the Brontës happening now and into the spring, seeking to reinvent the beloved classics. Here are five forthcoming titles in that mold.

What Is the Greatest British Novel Ever Written? Hint: The Author Is a Woman

A BBC Culture poll of 82 international book critics named George Eliot’s Middlemarch as the greatest British novel ever written. Women writers performed especially well, making up nearly 40% of the top 100 books.