“No one can be happy in eternal solitude”: Anne Brontë

Eternal Solitude in Winter by Sergio Roffo

Eternal Solitude in Winter by Sergio Roffo

In The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Anne Brontë, the English novelist and poet who died on this day in history, 28 May, 1849, wrote:

“No one can be happy in eternal solitude.”

 

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