Anne Bronte Biography

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While Anne Brontë remains the least known of the Brontë sisters, often referred to as the "other one" even by scholars, it should be remembered that upon her death at age twenty-nine in 1849 she was actually more accomplished than either Charlotte or Emily. Brontë not only had published a volume of poetry with her sisters, Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846) but also had seen some of her poetry published independently. In addition she had two novels published, Agnes Grey (1847) and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848). Considering that neither Emily nor Charlotte were as productive by their twenty-ninth year, it seems likely that the youngest of the Brontë sisters might have been a major literary figure had she lived into her thirties, as did her sister Charlotte. Anne Brontë's tentative fame today is to some degree due to her famous surname...

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