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    Emily Bronte

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    feelings like love went away at youth because her experiences made her come to realize how sad life truly is. Emily Bronte is a famous writer and poet that drew people in with her sad literary works. Emily Bronte’s way of writing poetry and her attitude towards people and life has been influenced by past events such as death, sickness, and isolation. Death it seems terrible. But For Emily Bronte it was something she longed towards the end of her life. Throughout Emily’s early childhood, she was surrounded

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    Emily Bronte

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    Emily Bronte Emily Bronte was born on July 30th, 1818, the 5th child of the Reverend Patrick Bronte, a stern Evangelical curate, and his wife Maria. When Emily was three years old, her mother died of cancer, and her Aunt Branwell, a strict Calvinist, moved in to help raise the children. They lived in a parsonage in Haworth with the bleak moors of Yorkshire on one side and the parish graveyard on the other. When Emily was 6 years old she went to a boarding school run by charity. The students

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    The Bronte Sisters

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    examining in depth the various aspects of the Bronte sisters’ background and childhood promises a profound understanding of this artistic synergy between them. Anne Bronte was born in 1820 at Thornton; West Riding of Yorkshire, England. She is the youngest member in the family (“Anne Bronte”). As recorded by Juliet Barker in her scholarship work The Brontes, Patrick Branwel-Anne’s father-was installed as a curate in a small town named Haworth. That’s why the Bronte family members found themselves a parsonage

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    Emily Bronte

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    Emily Bronte Emily Bronte was one of three sisters who became famous novelists. Emily's only novel is Wuthering Heights, which was published in December of 1847. Emily was from the Yorkshire village of Haworth. Emily was born on July 30, 1818 to Reverend Patrick Bront? and Marie Branwell Bront?. She was the fifth child of six. The village of Haworth was very isolated. Two years after they moved to Haworth, Mrs. Bront? died of cancer. In 1824 the four eldest girls were sent to Cowan Bridge School

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    Emily Bronte

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    their own creating. The children in this circle will grow up to be some of the best eighteenth century writers. It is no surprise that as a child Emily Bronte and her siblings had active imaginations. They created the worlds of Gondal, Emily and Anne’s creation; and Angria, Charlotte’s creation (White 12). The world does not know much about Emily Bronte except what can be concluded from Charlotte Bronte’s autobiography (Winnitrith 111). She was born July 30, 1818 in Yorkshire, England. At the young

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    The Bronte Sisters

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    Chaucer. Shakespeare. Milton. The Brontë sisters. All are authors who have helped usher in new periods in English Literature. For Chaucer it was Middle English, for Shakespeare the Elizabethan Period, for Milton the Commonwealth Period, and for the Brontë Sisters it was Romanticism and the gothic novel (Gottlieb). Although gothic novels had been written prior to the publication of any works by the Brontë sisters, they changed the gothic style and caused it to become more mainstream. For this reason

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    Emily Bronte

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    her work was not an immediate success, Emily Bronte obtained her inspiration for writing literature through her childhood experiences as well as other writers from before and during the early part of the Victorian era, which has made an impact on today’s literary teachings. Emily Jane Bronte, daughter of Patrick and Maria Bronte, was born in 1818 in Thornton, Yorkshire. Patrick Bronte, a Sunday school teacher and later promoted minister, moved the Bronte family to the Haworth Parsonage, in 1820, after

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    Anne Bronte

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    same way about certain situations. In the readings The Oxford Guide too British Women Writers Anne Bronte was brought up with her six siblings in the personage at Haworth by her father and her mother’s elder sister “Aunt Barnwell.” The personage life was an enclosed world, which few visitors interrupted. (pg.62) Anne was barely a year old when her mother became ill with uterine cancer. Patrick Bronte dedicated himself to nursing his beloved wife, while still fulfilling his clerical duties in the new

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    Charlotte Brontë

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    Charlotte Brontë " I am no bird; and no net ensnares me, I am a free human being with an independent will"(Brontë 23). "Born on April 21, 1816 in Thorton, Yorkshire, England to parents Maria Branwell and Patrick Brontë" ("Charlotte Brontë", Biography). Charlotte wasn't the luckiest women in the world. She dealt with death, depression, rejection, and loneliness. Charlotte was the third out of 6 Brontë children. She was surrounded by death after death after death that people were probably used to seeing

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    Emily Bronte

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    Out on the vast expanse that is the moors of northern England, the Brontë siblings lived a life of isolation, occupying themselves by writing stories and creating imaginary worlds. This environment sparked the ingenuity that produced some of the most influential literary works of the Victorian era. One in particular, the groundbreaking novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë, utterly shocked the traditional nineteenth century reader by openly discussing the more unsavory aspects of England’s class-consciousness

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