Brontë Parsonage Museum
Haworth, England — An extremely rare and significant ‘little book,’ written by Charlotte Brontë in 1830 when she was just 14 years old, has returned to Haworth and the home where it was written, now the Brontë Parsonage Museum, where from 1 February it will be displayed as part of the Museum’s collection for the first time.
Haworth, West Yorkshire, England — The Brontë Society in Haworth has been successful in its bid to bring back home to where it was written one of Charlotte Brontë’s rare ‘little books’. The charity has purchased the book for €600,000 plus auction costs following a four week campaign that gathered support from across the world and the backing of many of today’s leading creative thinkers and
Next month the Brontë Parsonage Museum, the former home of the Brontë family, will get a second chance to secure one of Charlotte Brontë’s ‘little books.’ The tiny manuscript, written in 1830 when she was just fourteen years old, contains three handwritten stories that evoke the rich imaginary world she and her siblings created. It came to light in 2011, having been in private ownership since