Unpublished Bronte book to be

  • Unpublished Bronte book to be released: Now, Charlotte Bronte’s novella “Stancliffe’s Hotel,” set in a fictional land she and her brother created, will be published for the first time, shedding new light on one of Britain’s most famous writers, Bronte scholar Heather Glen said Friday.
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  • Researchers: Marriage doesn’t make you happy: Most newlyweds experience a brief emotional bounce after their wedding, but they eventually return to the same outlook they had on life before they tied the knot, according to a study released Sunday.
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