With all the reading up about the life and work of Charlotte Bronte that I did in preparation for writing an adaptation of Jane Eyre, how is it that I don't remember reading about Emma Brown?
I must have read about it, but it completely did not register in my brain that Bronte was working on a novel called Emma when she died, and she wrote two chapters. And it seems that a writer, Clare Boylan who died in 2006 finished the novel for Bronte and called it Emma Brown. I guess I'll get around to reading that, eventually.
In the meantime, here is Bronte's two chapters of Emma: