Franca Gollini Tiezzi writes:
An enthusiastic group of members of the Italian section of the Brontë Society gathered at the British Council in Milan on 26 May 2007 to meet Angela Crow, who introduced her latest book Miss Branwell’s companion.
It was a great honour to have Angela with us and to be introduced to her work, which was presented for the first time to an audience. Her talk was very interesting and let us know more about Maria Branwell, the Brontes’ mother, a clever and sensitive woman.
At the end of the lecture Angela signed copies of her book and then we had a lovely English tea party offered by the British Council.
Thank you, dear Angela, for your clever, involving talk and for your friendship. We hope you will come back to Italy soon!