The taste of sorrow tells a familiar story that of the bronte sisters childhood rise to fame and premature deaths but morgan manages to make this oft told story seem fresh. The taste of sorrow is slow moving and carefully set out much is made of the childhood and relatively little is made of the writing where it differed from the traditional version was the portrayal of patrick the father and branwell as more rounded characters. That is the taste of sorrow the hard necessary pebble in your mouth as small children the sisters and their brother branwell are able to escape into their imaginations and create fictional worlds of intricate detail. Read the taste of sorrow by jude morgan with rakuten kobo charlotte emily anne the bront sisters the drama the passion and a story that lives for ever once upon a time. The taste of sorrow by contrast is a nice breath of fresh air jude morgan has researched very carefully and has managed to write a work of fiction which has juliet barker the grand dame of bronteana and author of the definitive biography saying that this is the best book about the brontes that she has ever read nice work mr morgan
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