Charlotte Bronte Research Paper

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Charlotte Bronte was 19th century English novelist and poet whose masterful literary works of art are considered masterpieces of Western Literature. She has inspired many novelists and poets with the way she incorporates her own understanding of literary romance and devices in her novels and poetries. Bronte's most famous works of literature include novels like: "Villette", "Jan Eyre", and last but not least the novel "Shirley".

Charlotte was born on April 27, 1816 in Thorton Yorkshire, England. She was the third child of six who were all born by Patrick and Maria Bronte. In 1820 the family relocated to a small village a few miles away called Haworth. Soon after the mother of the family, Maria Bronte died of tuberculosis and left the family in despair. In 1824, when the girls where old enough, Patrick Bronte sent Charlotte and the other three eldest daughters( Emily, Elizabeth, and Maria) to the Clergy's Daughter School. Charlotte and Emily were withdrawn from the school by their Father after Maria and Elizabeth became ill and died. Bronte used the school as a basis for the novel " Jane Eyre". Charlotte made it her duty to be …show more content…

For example how she uses a metaphor in Jane Eyre, "Jane said she wanted to arrange every chair and table in a mathematical expression"( Chp 34 :Jane Eyre; Charlotte Bronte,). She also peaked other readers interest by using the masculine pen name Currer Bell instead of using a feminine one. She also shows her brilliance by using Pathetic fallacy in her other Novel such as "Villette", "The chamber looked such a bright little place to me as the sun shone in between the gay blue chintz window curtains, showing papered walls and a carpeted floor, so unlike the bare planks and stained plaster of Lowood, that my spirits rose at the view, (Brontë, 105-06). She has left her mark on the world and has influenced Western Literature with her beautiful works of Literary art and

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