Collection: BC MS 19c Brontë: Brontë family manuscripts and correspondence

Archive Item icon Archive Item: Manuscript poem beginning 'While fabled scenes and fancied forms...'

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Title: Manuscript poem beginning 'While fabled scenes and fancied forms...'

Level: Item 

Classmark: BC MS 19c Brontë/02/02/35

Original reference: BC MS 19c Brontë/B5

Date: c1845-1846

Size and medium: 1ff

Persistent link: https://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/27929 

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Manuscript poem with a hand-drawn sketch of an island in both plan and elevation views on reverse of paper. The item is bound in a paper cover on which there is a typescript transcript of the poem.

Original Reference: BC MS 19c Brontë/B5

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