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Miss Miles or A Tale of Yorkshire Life 60 Years Ago Free download á 105 The close friendship between Charlotte Bront and Mary Taylor began in boarding school and lasted for the rest of their lives It was Mary Taylor in fact who inspired Bront to leave her oppressive parsonage home and go to Brussels the eventual setting for her novel Villette Mary herself led a much less restricted life especially in her later years as a feminist essayist who strongly urged women to consider their first duty to be working to support themselves In Miss Miles her only novel Taylor breaks with traditio. The novel by one of Charlotte Bront s closest friends traces the lives of four women Sarah the Miss Miles of the title Maria Dora and Amelia focusing particularly on their efforts to gain economic independence and thus on women s role in society I thought that perhaps fewer heroines would have improved the plot as it was a little confusing to be constantly switching viewpoints and plot threads However it was extremely refreshing to read a Victorian novel that actually showed women out earning a living for themselves or trying one of them fails and pays the price Apparently some people believe that Charlotte Bront actually wrote the novel not Mary Taylor I do not at all believe this the style didn t particularly remind me of Bront and I ve read all of her novels some multiple times and the subject matter was far overtly feminist than Bront ever allowed herself to be The Archetype of Initiation years as a feminist essayist who strongly urged women to consider their first duty to be working to support themselves In Miss Miles her only novel Taylor breaks with traditio. The novel by one of Charlotte Bront s closest friends traces the lives of four women Sarah the Miss Miles of the title Maria Dora and Amelia focusing particularly on their efforts to gain economic independence and thus on women s role in society I thought that perhaps fewer heroines would have improved the plot as it was a little confusing to be constantly switching viewpoints and plot threads However it was extremely refreshing to read a Victorian novel that actually showed women out earning a living for themselves or trying one of them fails and pays the price Apparently some people believe that Charlotte Bront actually wrote the novel not Mary Taylor I do not at all believe this the style didn t particularly remind me of Bront and I ve read all of her novels some multiple times and the subject matter was far overtly feminist than Bront ever allowed herself to be

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Miss Miles or A Tale of Yorkshire Life 60 Years Ago Free download á 105 Against the backdrop of starvation in the wool districts and the rise of Chartism in the 1830s this recovered feminist classic chronicles the lives of four disparate and individually ambitious women as they learn to find their own voices and support one another The novel's emphasis on the healing power of women's friendships echoes the relationship between Bront and Taylor herself Originally published in 1890 Miss Miles has been unavailable for decades Its reappearance will delight all lovers of fine literature. Review originally published here book has been my discovery of BroodingabouttheBront s while I knew that Mary Taylor had been one of Charlotte Bront s two best friends the other being Ellen Nussey I had had no idea that she had written a book While Ellen Nussey very much made being Charlotte s friend her raison d tre Mary Taylor was clear on having her own life and so her novel is a work set entirely apart from that of the Bront s but serves as a fascinating companion piece within the era It took Mary Taylor decades to write this book and there is such passion and fierce determination behind it it reveals so much about someone who clearly meant so much to Charlotte Mary Taylor eventually emigrated to New Zealand having failed to convince her friend to do likewise She believed that a woman s first duty was not to marry make a home or produce children but to support herself a revolutionary idea for the era In this her only novel Taylor uses the stories of four women to make clear why she believes this and also the conseuences for those who fail to do so I have always argued that Anne Bront was a feminist author but while her novels contain muted feminist beliefs Mary Taylor is loud and proud about what the world has to offer women and what duties they owe to themselvesThe titular heroine is Sarah Miles a country girl and grocer s daughter The novel opens with her pestering her parents to allow her to go to school believing that those that have schooling earn than those without Set in Yorkshire the working class characters speak with a broad dialect the subtitle to this work is A Yorkshire Tale of Sixty Years Ago published in 1890 this sets it as broadly the 1830s making this as much a retrospective of Taylor s girlhood as it is a feminist call to arms Set around the fictional town of Repton Taylor observes a flourishing mill town and the shifting class system and particularly how this affects the position of women The teacher who Sarah aspires to learn from is Maria Bell a young woman who had grown up a vicar s daughter but now orphaned is forced to make her own way in the only respectable profession available to women teaching Her best friend is Dora who grew up across the field and whose widowed mother made a seriously ill advised second marriage to the impoverished local suire The fourth heroine is Amelia youngest daughter of the local mill owner Mr Turner Mr Turner is also Maria Bell s uncle and so he is naturally mortified that his niece is working for a livingVia her characters Taylor makes the recurrent complaint that women are not encouraged to know their business Dora s mother had assumed that her new husband had a vast estate because he had an old name she thought that his scruffy home needed only a woman s hand to brighten it She was wrong the family had lost nearly everything through Mr Woodman s poor management and he had no compunction in swallowing up the tiny income which came directly to Dora s mother On the premature death of the latter Dora was left utterly destitute a true Cinderella and with no chance at all of a Prince Charming Similarly on arriving at Repton Maria meets Miss Everard an old friend of her mother s and despised local spinster Miss Everard describes nervously how she has gone from daughter of local gentry and living in the grand house to living outside it and renting it to Mr Turner and then to receiving no rent at all She is shy of even implying that she has been cheated frightened of reuiring charity but unable to understand what has befallen her there is no point of recourse nobody who can helpThere is a painful contrast between Sarah s childhood ambition to be rich and the stark reality of her circumstances wealth is beyond her reach She hopes to find skills and opportunities via attending Miss Bell s school but realises uickly that Miss Bell is just as ill informed as herself Via Sarah Taylor asks what is the point of learning accomplishments such as piano and drawing when they serve no practical purpose Maria has them and the only living she can scratch is to simply pass on these useless skills to the next generation Sarah is repeatedly scolded for her refusal to learn piano but she remains stubbornly recalcitrant I adored Sarah and her rough manners which to me only served to emphasise her high integrity Maria Bell was perhaps a traditional heroine imbued with patience and nobility of spirit but with a very human side as she struggles to make a living in a world governed by factors that are completely beyond her control After a bad harvest and with a downturn at the mill female education moves down the priority list and so Maria s flourish school shrivelsThe whole of Repton suffers during their economic recession with Taylor s anger clear behind her carefully crafted prose It is injust not merely unfair for someone to work and work but still collapse and starve It reminds me of how David Cameron lauded hard working families during the last election even while his government snatched away their benefits At one point the characters read a newspaper article explaining why the working classes do not deserve the vote with the velvet worded hypocrisy clashing sharply with the roughly spoken local commentary Taylor is defiantly siding with the ChartistsYet still Taylor is a restrained narrator She puts her opinions in the mouths of her characters and only occasionally makes asides to the reader Miss Miles is a morally intense novel but it could have seemed far didactic with less engaging characters Despite its blatant feminist agenda it is never anti men Even the men who do wrong are excused as it being a mere part of their nature the duty of women is not to avoid men but rather to rely on themselves for their own happiness It is a rallying call not a condemnation Taylor even seems to draw on her own experience in the correspondence between Maria and her friend Dora the latter only able to survive her horrendous circumstances by clinging to the memory of Maria s higher moral standards The healing power of female relationships is championed with even a budding almost friendship between Sarah and the lady Miss AmeliaMary Taylor aged 59 on an all female mountaineering expedition in Switzerland far leftWith the downfall of the Turner family fortunes Amelia s fate is the most Gothic of the narrative Previously the family darling the pretty one the well educated one the high spirited one Amelia shames her sisters by suggesting that they might work to get themselves from their financial peril Sarah is let go as their housemaid since they cannot afford her wages but notes that they are far pitiful than she since they are neither permitted nor skilled to seek their salvation I was reminded of the bound feet of Chinese women try bound lives far worse Unlike Jane Eyre Amelia is like a bird in a cage ensnared in a net and unable to set herself at liberty Every hope of rescue is blocked by either family pride or her own Amelia s eventual end inverts that of Dora who has been in far darker circumstances but who is determined to survive When she seeks to make a living eyebrows are raised and whispers spread Dora knows that people would prefer it that she should fade like a tortured martyr and leave a blessed memory to sigh over but instead she has the will and temerity to survive Amelia cannot set aside her dignity and so is unable to embrace her independence but Dora cares notWe sense Taylor s impatience with this kind of lethargy in a time that praised the angel in the house Taylor was clear that deliberate martyrdom held no virtue Two of her characters do find husbands although both via tortuous routes Sarah at one point punches her beloved in the face a probable first within Victorian literature Although she never married Taylor is not suggesting that the marital state is one to be avoided Maria could very easily be a saintly heroine but instead Taylor has the old maid Miss Everard instruct her to be happy In this the latter is echoing Taylor s own letter to Ellen Nussey regarding Charlotte Bront s imminent nuptials Nussey had been consumed with jealousy and claimed to Taylor that Charlotte was being untrue to herself and refusing to bear her lot as a spinster Dismissing the letter as wonderful nonsense Taylor lays into Nussey without mercy telling her that if it is Charlotte s lot to be married she can bear that too and that if it is a new thing for Charlotte to consider her own personal happiness rather than what she owed other people then it would be better that she made it a habit Again there is no nobility in unnecessary self sacrifice Taylor has no patience with these Victorian virtues and instead she would have women make their own choices be informed and be happyI feel that this is a novel that has been forgotten undeservedly It is resolutely unadventurous in terms of perspective this is no Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights but via her heroine Sarah Taylor takes us to the working classes by our visit into Sarah s home the middle classes through her schooldays with Miss Bell then the nouveau riche upper classes due to Sarah s service in the Turner household The four women of her novel provide a thorough cross section of female Victorian society and the possibilities or lack of possibilities available I habitually make notes while reading and this book prompted four pages of reflections in terms of social commentary it is fascinating but Taylor s own views speak forth with elouence and passion I have had a respect for Taylor for years ever since reading about her relating an anecdote where someone had asked her about the form of her faith to which Taylor had indignantly replied that this was a matter between God and me to which Emily Bront responded That s right but with Miss Miles we have a novel which is both compelling but also incredibly personal In a world where women such as Ellen Nussey preferred to sit playing the piano and looking elegant Mary Taylor rejected such norms in short like Jane Eyre she decided that she would rather be happy than dignified and I salute her efforts to convince other women to carve the same path Don't Try This at Home How to Win a Sumo Match Catch a Great White Shark Start an Independent Nation and Other Extraordinary Feats For Ordinary People young woman who had grown up a vicar s daughter but now orphaned is forced to make her own way in the only respectable profession available to women teaching Her best friend is Dora who grew up across the field and whose widowed mother made a seriously ill advised second marriage to the impoverished local suire The fourth heroine is Amelia Who Was Seabiscuit? youngest daughter of the local mill owner Mr Turner Mr Turner is also Maria Bell s uncle and so he is naturally mortified that his niece is working for a livingVia her characters Taylor makes the recurrent complaint that women are not encouraged to know their business Dora s mother had assumed that her new husband had a vast estate because he had an old name she thought that his scruffy home needed only a woman s hand to brighten it She was wrong the family had lost nearly everything through Mr Woodman s poor management and he had no compunction in swallowing up the tiny income which came directly to Dora s mother On the premature death of the latter Dora was left utterly destitute a true Cinderella and with no chance at all of a Prince Charming Similarly on arriving at Repton Maria meets Miss Everard an old friend of her mother s and despised local spinster Miss Everard describes nervously how she has gone from daughter of local gentry and living in the grand house to living outside it and renting it to Mr Turner and then to receiving no rent at all She is shy of even implying that she has been cheated frightened of reuiring charity but unable to understand what has befallen her there is no point of recourse nobody who can helpThere is a painful contrast between Sarah s childhood ambition to be rich and the stark reality of her circumstances wealth is beyond her reach She hopes to find skills and opportunities via attending Miss Bell s school but realises uickly that Miss Bell is just as ill informed as herself Via Sarah Taylor asks what is the point of learning accomplishments such as piano and drawing when they serve no practical purpose Maria has them and the only living she can scratch is to simply pass on these useless skills to the next generation Sarah is repeatedly scolded for her refusal to learn piano but she remains stubbornly recalcitrant I adored Sarah and her rough manners which to me only served to emphasise her high integrity Maria Bell was perhaps a traditional heroine imbued with patience and nobility of spirit but with a very human side as she struggles to make a living in a world governed by factors that are completely beyond her control After a bad harvest and with a downturn at the mill female education moves down the priority list and so Maria s flourish school shrivelsThe whole of Repton suffers during their economic recession with Taylor s anger clear behind her carefully crafted prose It is injust not merely unfair for someone to work and work but still collapse and starve It reminds me of how David Cameron lauded hard working families during the last election even while his government snatched away their benefits At one point the characters read a newspaper article explaining why the working classes do not deserve the vote with the velvet worded hypocrisy clashing sharply with the roughly spoken local commentary Taylor is defiantly siding with the ChartistsYet still Taylor is a restrained narrator She puts her opinions in the mouths of her characters and only occasionally makes asides to the reader Miss Miles is a morally intense novel but it could have seemed far didactic with less engaging characters Despite its blatant feminist agenda it is never anti men Even the men who do wrong are excused as it being a mere part of their nature the duty of women is not to avoid men but rather to rely on themselves for their own happiness It is a rallying call not a condemnation Taylor even seems to draw on her own experience in the correspondence between Maria and her friend Dora the latter only able to survive her horrendous circumstances by clinging to the memory of Maria s higher moral standards The healing power of female relationships is championed with even a budding almost friendship between Sarah and the lady Miss AmeliaMary Taylor aged 59 on an all female mountaineering expedition in Switzerland far leftWith the downfall of the Turner family fortunes Amelia s fate is the most Gothic of the narrative Previously the family darling the pretty one the well educated one the high spirited one Amelia shames her sisters by suggesting that they might work to get themselves from their financial peril Sarah is let go as their housemaid since they cannot afford her wages but notes that they are far pitiful than she since they are neither permitted nor skilled to seek their salvation I was reminded of the bound feet of Chinese women try bound lives far worse Unlike Jane Eyre Amelia is like a bird in a cage ensnared in a net and unable to set herself at liberty Every hope of rescue is blocked by either family pride or her own Amelia s eventual end inverts that of Dora who has been in far darker circumstances but who is determined to survive When she seeks to make a living eyebrows are raised and whispers spread Dora knows that people would prefer it that she should fade like a tortured martyr and leave a blessed memory to sigh over but instead she has the will and temerity to survive Amelia cannot set aside her dignity and so is unable to embrace her independence but Dora cares notWe sense Taylor s impatience with this kind of lethargy in a time that praised the angel in the house Taylor was clear that deliberate martyrdom held no virtue Two of her characters do find husbands although both via tortuous routes Sarah at one point punches her beloved in the face a probable first within Victorian literature Although she never married Taylor is not suggesting that the marital state is one to be avoided Maria could very easily be a saintly heroine but instead Taylor has the old maid Miss Everard instruct her to be happy In this the latter is echoing Taylor s own letter to Ellen Nussey regarding Charlotte Bront s imminent nuptials Nussey had been consumed with jealousy and claimed to Taylor that Charlotte was being untrue to herself and refusing to bear her lot as a spinster Dismissing the letter as wonderful nonsense Taylor lays into Nussey without mercy telling her that if it is Charlotte s lot to be married she can bear that too and that if it is a new thing for Charlotte to consider her own personal happiness rather than what she owed other people then it would be better that she made it a habit Again there is no nobility in unnecessary self sacrifice Taylor has no patience with these Victorian virtues and instead she would have women make their own choices be informed and be happyI feel that this is a novel that has been forgotten undeservedly It is resolutely unadventurous in terms of perspective this is no Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights but via her heroine Sarah Taylor takes us to the working classes by our visit into Sarah s home the middle classes through her schooldays with Miss Bell then the nouveau riche upper classes due to Sarah s service in the Turner household The four women of her novel provide a thorough cross section of female Victorian society and the possibilities or lack of possibilities available I habitually make notes while reading and this book prompted four pages of reflections in terms of social commentary it is fascinating but Taylor s own views speak forth with elouence and passion I have had a respect for Taylor for My Big Book of Sewing years ever since reading about her relating an anecdote where someone had asked her about the form of her faith to which Taylor had indignantly replied that this was a matter between God and me to which Emily Bront responded That s right but with Miss Miles we have a novel which is both compelling but also incredibly personal In a world where women such as Ellen Nussey preferred to sit playing the piano and looking elegant Mary Taylor rejected such norms in short like Jane Eyre she decided that she would rather be happy than dignified and I salute her efforts to convince other women to carve the same path

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Miss Miles or A Tale of Yorkshire Life 60 Years Ago Free download á 105 N by creating a profoundly feminist and morally intense work which depicts women's friendships as sustaining life and sanity through all of the vicissitudes of Victorian womanhood She also introduces an innovative narrative form which Janet Murray who has written an introduction for this edition calls a feminist bildungsroman the story of the education of several heroines which emphasizes their friendship and economic and mental well being rather than their love lives Set in the small Yorkshire village of Repton. In 1985 because of the musical Amadeus the Mostly Mozart festival was mostly devoted to Salieri One of the announcers commented that most people thought that Salieri was a second rate composer and Mozart was a genius Whereas in fact the announcer pointed out Salieri was a FIRST rate composerand Mozart was a geniusThis book is likely to suffer under the same onerous comparisons The Brontes were geniuses Mary Taylor was a very good writer Charlotte Bronte had very few friends but those were true friends and she tended to rigidly segregate her literary and personal lives Mary Taylor was one of the few people actually to visit the Haworth parsonage and stay the night while the Bronte household was or less intactMary differed from the Brontes in many ways She also was raised in a household where all members were well educated She herself once commented that we were all furious politicians in those days Where they Brontes often out Toried the Conservatives however the Taylors were Radicals not Communists exactly LaboritesMary Taylor didn t have anything like the narrative gift of her old schoolfriend nor of any of the Bronte household But she was a uite competent writer and she skillfully delineated the lives of lonely women living in genteel poverty at the time of Mary s own youthTwo parts stick out in my memory A woman discovers that a friend of hers has a habit of conjuring up the image of the absent friend to talk to when there s nobody else in the house She wholly approves of this strategem and not only authorizes the friend to continue but considers adopting a similar ploy when plagued by loneliness herself And second one of the women in the story takes up a career as a traveling lecturer a choice considered almost as scandalous at the time as if she d decided to open a high class bordello in a country village Taylor herself was a tough old biddy in the best sense of the term But she didn t scorn those vulnerable than herself and in her later years she ran a sort of salon to help out the battalions of superfluous women that were an inevitable conseuence of sending men but rarely women out to colonies and possessions As a former emigrant herself Mary Taylor had had ample experience in many roles not least of which was as the friend to whom Charlotte could confine her secrets since Mary was far away and would fiercely resist the temptation to sell gossip to the contemporary euivalents of the tabloids uite possibly this escape valve saved Charlotte s sanity through several horrendous ordeals such as the loss of her siblingsThis book is a generally good example of a form of novel that was uite rare at the time an early feminist novel that while it doesn t stand up to the best of the Bronte works is uite an adeuate companion volume to say Shirley The Archetype of Initiation youthTwo parts stick out in my memory A woman discovers that a friend of hers has a habit of conjuring up the image of the absent friend to talk to when there s nobody else in the house She wholly approves of this strategem and not only authorizes the friend to continue but considers adopting a similar ploy when plagued by loneliness herself And second one of the women in the story takes up a career as a traveling lecturer a choice considered almost as scandalous at the time as if she d decided to open a high class bordello in a country village Taylor herself was a tough old biddy in the best sense of the term But she didn t scorn those vulnerable than herself and in her later Duplicity years she ran a sort of salon to help out the battalions of superfluous women that were an inevitable conseuence of sending men but rarely women out to colonies and possessions As a former emigrant herself Mary Taylor had had ample experience in many roles not least of which was as the friend to whom Charlotte could confine her secrets since Mary was far away and would fiercely resist the temptation to sell gossip to the contemporary euivalents of the tabloids uite possibly this escape valve saved Charlotte s sanity through several horrendous ordeals such as the loss of her siblingsThis book is a generally good example of a form of novel that was uite rare at the time an early feminist novel that while it doesn t stand up to the best of the Bronte works is uite an adeuate companion volume to say Shirley

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