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Agnes Grey

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Author: Anne Bronte

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Agnes, an inexperienced and poor young woman, is governess to Matilda. Possessed of an unshakeable sense of entitlement and a boundless sense of self worth, Agnes's charge can break hearts at will. Is there any luck left over for Agnes herself? Included at the end of this volume is a fine selection of Anne Bronte's poems.

Debbie Baker

Entertaining and quite up to the Bronte standards


Mary

A lovely story of honest true love. Agnes comes into contact with many people of differing character and learns well the deceitfulness that they practice in their everyday lives.


Shona Goodman

An excellent story of a gentler nature than the other Bronte sisters.


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