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Agnes Grey

By: Anne Bronte, Bronte

170992652X / 9781709926525
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216 x 279 mm, 352 grams 144 pages

The Extra Things added to the Book*Added details biography of author*Added details of character*Summary is given*Added index to get quick view and interfaceAgnes Grey is the touching tale of a young lady who decides to enter the world as a governess.

However whose vibrant illusions of reputation, freedom, and friendship are steadily destroyed.Drawing on her personal experience, Anne Bronte charts the development of mild Agnes and sympathetically depicts the harsh treatment she gets alongside the way.

Leaving her idyllic domestic and close-knit circle of relatives, Agnes arrives on the Bloomfield's residence, internal whose partitions reign cruelty and overlook.

Although faced with tyrannical youngsters and over-indulgent dad and mom, the generosity of spirit and heat candor learned from her family by no means wasteland her.

Agnes additionally remains firm within the Murray household, in which she is used by the two disdainful young daughters for their deceitful ends and in which her probabilities of happiness are nearly spoiled for her.A deeply moving account, Agnes Grey significantly discusses the contempt and inhumanity proven closer to the bad although educated female of the Victorian age, whose most effective useful resource becomes to grow to be a governess.


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