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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Brontes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Charlotte Brontë (IPA:) (April 21, 1816 – March 31, 1855) was an English novelist, the eldest of the three Brontë sisters whose novels have become enduring classics of English literature.
Anne Brontë (January 17, 1820 – May 28, 1849) was a British novelist and poet, the youngest of the Brontë literary family.
The Brontes is the right choice for those who wish to benefit from the level of performance of a DHV 2 glider without giving up the stable behaviour of a safe intermediate glider.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Brontes   (395 words)

Brontes will change the way dentists treat their patients by enabling practitioners to perform ImpressionFree
Brontes’ 3D intraoral imaging technology can quickly and painlessly scan both arches of the mouth, thereby replacing the antiquated dental impression process.
Brontes will enable a long overdue digital revolution by taking 3D digital data directly from the patient’s mouth and removing the barriers to digital production.
www.brontes3d.com /product.html   (170 words)

  XII. The Brontës: Bibliography. Vol. 13. The Victorian Age, Part One. The Cambridge History of English and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Novels and Poems of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë (with an introduction to The Professor by Watts-Dunton, Theodore).
Brontë Poems: selections from the poetry of Charlotte, Emily, Anne and Branwell Brontë.
Chadwick, Esther A. In the Footsteps of the Brontës.
www.bartleby.com /223/1200.html   (1424 words)

BRONTES combines the very safe behaviour of an intermediate wing in all DHV manoeuvres, with the fine handling and outstanding performance of a modern super-class glider.
The handing and stability of BRONTES are good not only for record breakers, but also for those who simply want to build their skills on an exceptional wing with local pleasure flying.
The Brontes is the right choice for those who wish to benefit from the level of performance of a DHV 2 glider without giving up the stable behaviour of a safe intermediate glider.
www.sky-cz.com /eng/gliders/BRONTES_en.htm   (323 words)

 The Brontës and Religion
This is the first full-length study of religion in the fiction of the Brontës.
The analyses of the novels clarify the constant interplay of human and Divine love in the development of the novels.
While demonstrating that the Brontës' fiction usually reflects the basic tenets of Evangelical Anglicanism, the book emphasises the characteristic spiritual freedom and audacity of the Brontës.
www.litencyc.com /php/adpage.php?id=2194   (150 words)

“From the annuals, Brontë learned not only to imitatebut to parody the Gothic form: her early writings show that the Gothic allowed her to indulge in the exotic, the licentious, and mysterious while at the same time assuming that anti-Gothic stance that is so characteristic in her novels.”
Brontë makes the spectral nun stand for a desire that has become disembodied and endlessly deferred.
Covers the background of Charlotte Brontë, education, religion, Jane Eyre as a Gothic novel, feminist approaches to the characters of Jane Eyre and Mr.
users.stargate.net /~ffrank/BRONTES-GGIII.htm   (478 words)

 The Brontes Chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Maria Bronte wife of Patrick Bronte, was buried in the family vault at Haworth Parish Church.
Patrick Bronte wrote to the Church trustees about the rumour in Haworth village regarding the lotion he was using for his weak eyesight, gossip circulated that the smell was similar to alcohol.
Emily Bronte wrote a poem "The linnet in the rocky dells, The moor-lark in the air...".
www.haworth-village.org.uk /brontes/bronte_story/chronology.asp   (2352 words)

 Test Brontes - Sky / ojovolador   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
One particular detail of the Brontes is the 4 rings placed at the wingtips, which make part of a simple and efficient brake system, in which the tips of the glider bow at the first brake input, thus offering a fairly flat turn with only 20 cms.
Launching is very easy, the glider's response is smooth and regular to the action of the pilot on the risers, and you hardly need to hold it when it comes over your head.
The Brontes is an easy glider, which also reveals itself as performant.
www.ojovolador.com /eng/read/tests/brontes/test_brontes_sky1.htm   (836 words)

 The Brontes:058232727X:Ingham, Patricia :eCampus.com
B>" The novels of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte are regarded among the greatest and most diverse in nineteenth century literature.
This book shows how the Brontes' writings engage with the major issues which dominate twentieth century theoretical work.
This reader shows how the Brontes' writings engage with the major issues which dominate twentieth century theoretical work and why they are amongst a set of texts on which the application of particular kinds of theory has concentrated.
www.ecampus.com /bk_detail.asp?isbn=058232727X&referrer=yah04   (160 words)

 Flight Culture - Vol Libre revues the Brontes
The Brontes is a gem in the intermediate category, manageable by even the slightly experienced pilot who will master it very quickly.
According to Sky, the Brontes is within the limits of the AFNOR standard category.
In a comparison by Vol Libre, The Brontes is without doubt a good choice compared to the Astral 3, Hornet, Sigma 5 etc, for a pilot looking for easy flying combined with incredible performance.
www.flightculture.co.uk /news/vollibrebrontes.htm   (720 words)

 "We Are Three Sisters" Self and Family in the Writing of the Brontës Drew Lamonica
While biographers have widely acknowledged the importance of family relationships to Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë and to their writing processes, literary critics have yet to give extensive consideration to the family as a subject of the writing itself.
These chapters also introduce the Brontës' early collaborative writings, showing that the sisters' shared interest in the family's formative role arose from their own experience as a family of authors.
Of the numerous studies on the Brontës, comparatively few consider all seven novels, and no previous study has undertaken to examine the Brontës' writing in the context of mid-Victorian ideas regarding the family—its relationships, roles, and responsibilities.
www.umsystem.edu /upress/fall2002/lamonica.htm   (406 words)

 SKY Paragliders
BRONTES responds readily to pilot input; its response is precise and measured.
BRONTES has also passed tests for flying with a paramotor and is a big hit for those after maximum performance and manoeuvrability.
BRONTES is the ideal choice for competition flying or paramotoring.
www.sky-cz.com /new/index.php?level1=24&level2=21&lang=eng&specifikace=obecne_info   (136 words)

 The Brontes.com Emily Jane Bronte Links
Its focus is on Anne Brontë but it also features unique info on the other members of the Brontë family.
Brontë Country - Brontë Country where the Brontës lived and wrote their famous novels.
Brontë Student - These pages were constructed for students with an interest in the Brontës and their works.
www.thebrontes.com /emilylinks.htm   (169 words)

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The BRONTES is intended for pilots who have completed a basic course, and have gained flying experience is a variety of locations and conditions.
The BRONTES is equipped with “split” A-risers to facilitate the “big-ears” wing reduction and descent manoeuvre.
The BRONTES is designed to be a safe glider, but all gliders in the intermediate class may require careful control inputs to properly recover from some flight incidents.
www.poweredparaglidingontario.com /gliders/Brontes_en.doc   (5374 words)

 The Brontes by Peter Davies | Greenwich Exchange
Thus, the stage was set, from the very inauguration of Brontë studies, for an interest (frequently mounting to obsession) in the characters of individual members of the Brontë family which has ever since contended with - and often triumphed over - the desire calmly to estimate their literary merits.
Barker set out to bury, once and for all, the Brontë myth by seeking to demonstrate that much of what we would regard as bleak, austere, uncomfortable, disease ridden and, above all, death accompanied was normality for such times as those, and is therefore scarcely worthy of remark.
The impressive research work notwithstanding, we are left with a version of the Brontë story that is strangely lacking in imaginative sympathy with the passionate temper of that age.
www.greenex.co.uk /literature/bronte.html   (761 words)

Comprehensive and detailed information about the lives, works, and reputations of the Brontes, aiming to evoke the milieu in which they lived and worked and revealing the complex interrelation between their lives, writings and times.
Shows how the Brontes’ works reflect the preoccupations of the age in which they lived and address the burning issues of the day: class, gender, race, religion, and mental disorders; how film and other media have reinterpreted the novels for the twenty-first century.
Based on Anne Bronte's own experiences, this is the story of a rector's daughter who goes to work as a governess, first with the spoilt and violent Bloomfield children, and then with the Murrays, boisterous and snobbish local gentry.
www.bookcase.co.uk /bronte.htm   (853 words)

 Brontes Dance Review
Using the Brontes' own words as a springboard, Velasco and Gunderson have conjured a spirit world in which song and dance give voice at once to fantasy and reality.
Charlotte Bronte surged to vivid life as the wonderful actress-singer Shana Wride and the swan-necked dancer Khristina Kravas paired marvellously to show the easy (but psychologically complex) slip between Bronte's real-life heartache over a married man and her searing evocation of Jane Eyre's thwarted love for Rochester.
And when Charlotte, who buried all three of her siblings, is left alone to face heartache and creative struggle, Velasco, Ame vanBenschoten (as a restrained, graceful Anne) and Andrea Feier (as a more extroverted Emily) appeared in the Lyceum Space's rafters, where they continued to dance in Charlotte's head and heart.
www.sandiegoballet.org /reviews/reviews-bronte.htm   (626 words)

 Brontes - new and used books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Brontes by Anne Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, Emily...
Brontës] Brighton, Catherine - The Brontës, Scenes from the Childhood of Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne
BRONTES: Clarke(William): - The Brontes were Here; reflections on the family's life and travels.
www.isbn.pl /A-brontes   (270 words)

 Brontë Parsonage Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It is set out with the Brontës' own furniture and possessions, bringing the rooms to life as they would have been in the time of the Brontës.
Featuring many of the most precious items in the Brontë Society collection, including the world famous 'little books', with their minute handwriting made to look like printed text.
Also on show will be some of the fascinating drawings made by the young Brontës - from the cartoon-like doodles of soldiers, castles and elegant ladies to the delightful formal copies of Thomas Bewick's engravings.
www.bronte.org.uk /museum/museum.asp   (318 words)

 Paragliding Forum - View topic - Brontes - past and future - new
The only place that the "numbers" show the Brontes to be behind these wings is max speed, but those numbers are based on the tests in Vol Libre — and I’m not sure that they got full travel for them.
despite the fact that the brontes is the oldest wing from the test, its flying behavior remains obsolutely up-to-date.
I got my Brontes in early 2003 right when it came out because we were still the sky importers for the US and as soon as I got my hands on one I loved.
www.paraglidingforum.com /viewtopic.php?t=12   (3741 words)

 Love on the Moors: The Bronte Family
The prolific and puzzling Bronte family are right out of a Gothic novel.
Charlotte Bronte suggested that Huntington was a portrait of Branwell.
The novel came under much critical fire for its portrait of Huntington: he is a Gothic antihero, but here Helen Graham is no long-suffering heroine: she leaves Huntington and is eventually set free from him.
www.lib.virginia.edu /small/exhibits/gothic/love.html   (649 words)

 The Brontes
The Bronte sisters, Emily, Anne and Charlotte were born along with their brother Branwell at the Bronte Birthplace in Thornton in Bradford before moving to the parsonage at Haworth in the heart of West Yorkshire's Bronte Country where they wrote a range of classics of English literature - including "Wuthering Heights" and "Jane Eyre", etc.
Anne Bronte - the Scarborough Connection - a very comprehensive site covering Anne's entire life, with a particular focus on her connections with Scarborough.
Bronte Mailing List - e-mail based mailing list - all aspects of the lives and works of the Brontes are discussed.
www.bronte-country.com /brontes.html   (334 words)

 Sex and supposition thrive in biography of the Brontës
After his wife and two older daughters died, Patrick Brontë, the town vicar, asked his sister-in-law, Elizabeth Branwell, to watch over his four remaining children and to run the household at Haworth, a town abutting the moors.
Instead, she traces Brontë theories from their beginnings to the present, mainly as they affect Charlotte (1816-1855) and Emily (1818-1848).
Questions were raised as early as 1846 when the three daughters published a mysterious volume of poetry under the male-sounding pseudonyms of Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/02/22/RVGUA4VKB51.DTL   (870 words)

 Sky Brontes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
My first chance to fly the Brontes was at Ocotillo Wells on a WalkerJet Paramotor, where I did spiral dives (safety officer Eric DuFour was kind enough to tell me stop such foolish behavior), no-wind forward launches and just general preliminary flights.
All in all, the Brontes proved itself to be an easy glider to launch with PPG in no winds, pleasure to just boat around with or have fun on while paramotoring.
For the more ambitious PG pilots, the Brontes offers oodles of passive safety, while retaining a lot of fun factor while doing Acros.
www.walkerjet.com /brontes/sky_brontes.htm   (533 words)

 USS Brontes
Brontes, although reclassified AGP-17, 14 August 1944, was launched 6 February 1945 as LST-1125 by Chicago Bridge and Iron Co., Seneca, Ill.; sponsored by Mrs.
June Elizabeth Reimer; and placed in reduced commission 17 February 1945; placed out of commission 10 March 1945; underwent conversion to a motor torpedo boat tepder; and recommissioned as Bronte8 (AGP-17) 14 August 1945, Lieutenant W. Reanden, Jr., In command.
On 26 September 1945 Brontes got underway for New Orleans, where she arrived 3 October.
www.multied.com /NAVY/Tender/Brontes.html   (147 words)

 Jane Austen and the Brontës
Jane Austen, the Brontë family, Lewis Carroll, H. Wells, and C. Lewis, among others, wrote extensively when they were young.
Many of their manuscripts have survived, and a few are available over the Internet.
The juvenilia you will find on the Internet, in your local libraries and in the creative work published in the pages of Stone Soup will provide entertainment for yourself, for your children, and for your students.
www.stonesoup.com /main2/juvenilia.html   (285 words)

In the valley live Juliet Barker, former Librarian/Curator of Bronte Parsonage Museum and author of the award-winning book The Brontes, and Glyn Hughes, author of the novel Bronte on the lives of the Bronte family and the local area.
Juliet Barker was formerly Librarian and Curator at Bronte Parsonage Museum.
From the Bronte Society, an interpretation of "Jane Eyre" and "Villette".
www.bookcase.co.uk /brontes2.htm   (653 words)

 The Brontës by Peter Davies
WITHIN a very few years of the deaths of the Brontë sisters, the Brontë 'industry' as we know it today, had begun its work.
Like Stratford upon Avon, Haworth, where the Brontës lived and worked, has become a place of pilgrimage for a host of enthusiasts, as if what remained today of this unattractive West Riding town could possibly yield any clue to the sources of that remarkable creativity.
On its appearance, her book was hailed as having revised the map of Brontë studies for good.
www.greenex.co.uk /bronte.html   (677 words)

 Brontes Gifts
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 Greek Mythology: CYCLOPES / KYKLOPES OneEyed Giant Gods of Lightning & Thunder ( also Kyklops Cyclops Brontes ...
In battle, these with weaponless hands cast hills for their stony spears, and their shields were cliffs; a peak from some mountain-ravine was their crested helmet, Sikeloi (Sicilian) sparks were their fiery arrows [they had their forge under Mt Aitna].
Brontes (Thunder) also was in the battle, rattling a noisy tune with a din like rolling thunderclaps: he poured an earthborn shower of his own with strange drops falling through the air, and lasting but a moment – an unreal Zeus he was, with imitated raindrops and no clouds.
The son of Ouranos themselves, Gyes, Brontes and Steropes, were immortal, and continued forging bolts for Zeus.
www.theoi.com /Titan/Kyklopes.html   (4152 words)

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