Literature History | The Bronte Sisters: What You Didn’t Know About Charlotte Bronte

The talented Bronte sisters evolved, sensationalized, and influenced classical literature in critical ways. They were excellent and fearless writers during an era that made it difficult for women to be taken serious.Today’s post will be the first of a three part series about the Bronte sisters covering facts many readers may not know about them.

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Short Story | Thorns That Cut: A Murderous Betrayal Written By Samantha James

In today’s blog post I wanted to share another short fictional story that I wrote. The story is being transferred over from the old blog. The story falls under the crime thriller genre. It has a quick re-edit and revision. I worked really hard on this one and definitely need some help and thoughts.  All feedback, encouragement, and criticism is highly welcomed.

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Classical Literature Short Story – The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe

In today’s blog post here on The Chronicles Of History, I will be sharing a short story by Edgar Allan Poe titled The Tell-Tale Heart. The story was first published in 1843 and tackles the narrator’s sanity. The character tries to convince readers he is not crazy while telling the readers the story of a murder and his reasoning for killing the person.

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