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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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    Charlotte Bronte

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    Charlotte Brontë, one of six Brontë siblings, lived and wrote during the beginning of the nineteenth century. It was a time when England was going through a slow but significant change, mainly surrounding the Industrial Revolution. However, Brontë was more interested in addressing issues concerning women, education, and marriage. Combining these topics, she produced one of the most popular novels in the English language. While writing Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë was influenced by the death of her

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    Charlotte Bronte Biography

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    Biographical Summary Charlotte Brontë was born on April 21 in Thornton, Yorkshire, England in 1816. She was the third of six children of Reverend Patrick Brontë and Maria Branwell Brontë. She grew up in a “strict Anglican home with her four sisters, Maria, Elizabeth, Anne and Emily and brother, Patrick” (Charlotte Bronte: Brief Biography). Rev. Brontë was a “poor Irishman who became the parish clergyman in the family’s hometown” (Brontë Sisters). Charlotte as well as her sisters went to many different

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    CHARLOTTE BRONTE AS A HIDDEN WRITER INTRODUCTION Charlotte bronte was an English novelist and poet and the eldest of the three bronte sisters.even after a strenuous childhood she managed to write and publish her works and gain fame. Being a Victorian writer, obviously it was a difficult task for her to take her own stand in a male dominated era. After many rejections and disparages she decided to change her pen name from charlotte bronte to Currer Bell. The main reason behind writing as a male was

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    could ascend the gale, spread and repose my pinions on its strength, career in its course, sweep where it swept. While wishing this, I suddenly felt colder before I felt cold, and more powerless where before I was weak. (163-164 Villette, Charlotte Bronte) In this moment it is apparent that Lucy Snowe has undergone a momentous shift reflected in the diction, which portrays the passing of a violent, and tumultuous storm. Indeed, Snowe's conflict mirrors that of the storm as she finds herself

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    Charlotte Bronte: A Early Feminist

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    Charlotte Bronte lived and wrote in Victorian England, she was born in 1816 and died in 1855. (Merriman, 2007) Ms. Bronte was considered a women’s liberationist for her era, and her book, Jane Eyre was influenced by her life, her place in society, and her intense determination for self-expression and liberation. The Victorian Age was characterized by a rapidly growing economy, an expansion of the British Empire, relative peace, and the social and economic problems associated with industrialization

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    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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    Charlotte Bronte is, first and foremost, a storyteller at heart. She broke a mold for women at her time because there were not many occupations that were deemed acceptable besides ‘teacher’ or ‘governess’ in the mid-nineteenth century. Her imagination was far too creative to be left unwritten on a page. Charlotte Bronte’s writings reflect her opinions on women’s roles in society and such opinion is shown in Jane Eyre. Although Jane Eyre was considered radical for its time because women weren’t supposed

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    The Life and Writings of Charlotte Bronte

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    British authors in history, Charlotte Bronte is widely known for her romantic novels displaying the struggle between a person’s morality and their desire to achieve possession of love without the consequences of losing themselves in the process. In her novels, The Professor, Jane Eyre, and Villette, Charlotte Bronte connects love and struggle through theme, characterization, and point of view. Born on April 21, 1816, Charlotte Bronte was the third born child of Patrick Bronte and Maria Branwell’s six

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    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte "Jane Eyre" was written by Charlotte Bronte in Victorian England. The novel was published in 1847, under the male name of Currer Bell. Bronte was forced to take a male name to be taken seriously as a professional author. This gives us an idea of the position of women in the past and relates to "Jane Eyre" in which Jane, the protagonist has to struggle through life. Her life is made difficult because of the fact that she s a female but also because she is a poor

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    Charlotte Bronte was born at Thornton, in Yorkshire, on 21st April 1816. Her mother was called Maria and her father was the Reverend Patrick Bronte. Charlotte was the third child born into the family. At this time she had two older sisters Maria and Elizabeth and then a year later her only brother Patrick Branwell Bronte was born. She then had two younger sisters, Emily born in 1818 and the youngest Anne born in 1820. Just a year after they had moved to the Personage at Haworth in 1820 Charlotte’s

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