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The Brontë Society: 14 December 1847, Emily and Anne receive six copies of Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey - their publisher, Thomas Newby, had not informed them that publication had taken place, so the delivery of their bound copies was their only clue! Charlotte wrote to William Smith Williams on the day they arrived, and wondered how Wuthering Heights would be received, commenting that 'it merits the epithets of 'vigorous' and 'original' much more than 'Jane Eyre' did. 'Agnes Grey' should please such critics as Mr Lewes - for it is 'true' and 'unexaggerated' enough.' Emily and Anne waited nervously for their reviews ... 69 (13 hours ago)
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