- We see the Bronte family on a windy autumn evening at a time they are all together, having returned from their various posts as governesses and tutor, before the fame of their books has occurred.
- The play deals with the problem of Branwell, his rapidly accelerating deterioration, the attitude towards him of the three sisters.
- His weakness, and the tragic waste of his potentially fine intelligence and creative ability are bought out, against the background of the close-knit family circle and the grim moorland landscape which surrounds the Parsonage.
- Period 1846.
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