Actresses Jane Asher, Geraldine Moffatt and Wendy Hall. Jane is wearing a mini-dress in a psychedelic cotton print; Geraldine a high-waisted dress; and Wendy a pinafore with black sweater and boots. Published on The Australian Women’s Weekly on Wednesday, 3 April 1968 issue.
If I had a time machine, I’d travel to the 19th century and give the Bronte siblings vaccines to combat their shitty immune systems. Then come back to the present and enjoy all the classic books they went on to write. Also: stop Hitler.
The worst question you can ever ask about the three Brontë sisters: “Well, who was the best one?” Yeah, that’s not the point. They were ALL the best ones.
Charlotte, Anne and Emily were brilliant and dazzling and outspoken in their own ways. They were always bringing up their own POVs and were saying things that their other two sisters never once brought up.
A family full of actual, proper literary geniuses. With unique opinions. Few ever truly appreciate this or how amazing and historical that is.