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Taylor, Miss Mary, 15, 35, 58,
91, 92, 94, 98.
-- Mr. Joe, 72.
-- Mr. James, 72, 73, 74, 145.
Temperament, Charlotte Bronte's,
73, 81.
_Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The_, 39,
40, 54, 55.
-- -- audacity of, 54.
-- -- realism of, 54.
-- -- and Farrar's _Eternal
Hope_, 55.
Thackeray, 15, 47, 61, 123.
Theories, 16, 17, 57-90, 100, 106,
231-332, 237, 238-247.
Thornton, 20.

_Villette_, 46, 89, 100, 105, 140-161.
-- Lucy Snowe in, 71, 79, 89.
-- M. Paul in. _See_ Emanuel
Paul.
-- dialogue in, 149.
-- germ of the real in, 145,
158.
-- reality of, 144, 145, 146,
147, 148, 158, 159, 163.
-- realism of, 163, 164.
-- style in, 160, 161.
-- and _The Professor_ compared,
98, 99, 111, 112.
-- and _Jane Eyre_ compared,
105, 144, 159.
-- and _Shirley_ compared, 111,
141, 148, 159.
-- quoted, 149-153, 154, 155,
157.

Ward, Mrs. Humphry, 14, 196.
Williams, Mr. W.S., 40.
-- -- Charlotte Bronte's
letter to, 78.
Wilson, Rev. Carus, 24, 25.
_Wisdom and Destiny_ quoted, 170,
213.
Woman, 69, 70, 117, 118, 132,
133, 140, 142, 143.
Woman, mid-Victorian, 71, 118,
132.
-- modern, 133.
Woman's place in the world, 78,
142.
Women, Charlotte Bronte's, 69,
70, 132, 133.
Wooler, Miss, 26, 27, 35, 98.
Wordsworth, letters to, 99.
_Wuthering Heights_, 16, 17, 21, 39,
40, 46, 105, 127, 128, 130, 131,
139, 172, 173, 208-234.
-- -- criticism of, 209-233.
-- -- dialogue in, 218, 219,
220-221, 223, 224.
-- -- mysticism in, 173.
-- -- paganism in, 209,
211, 214, 222.
-- -- passion in, 210, 211,
212, 213, 218, 221, 222, 224,
228, 231.
-- -- realism in, 221, 224,
228.
-- -- style in, 228, 230.
-- -- the supernatural in,
17, 196-209, 216.
-- -- sources of, 232, 233,
234.

Zamorna.
-- _See_ Heathcliff.
-- _See_ "Gondal Poems".

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