A lost library of works by the Bronte sisters was headed for sale. Then Britain rewrote the plot.

There were five sisters, the two oldest died as children. The three surviving girls were raised in Haworth parsonage, up in north England in the moody Yorkshire moors, with their liberal-minded father, an Anglican priest, and broody brother Branwell (minor poet, not a bad painter, but at the end a gin-soaked opium fiend, who lights his bed on fire).

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