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Charlotte Bronte

Summary: A biography on British novelist, Charlotte Bronte.
The life of British novelist, Charlotte Bronte, is a fine example of how one can rise amidst turmoil and personal tragedies. All through her life, the people who meant the most to her died. Bronte lived to become a novelist whom the world now respects and looks up to in terms of beauty through writing. Bronte's life is a perfect example in which a woman used her isolation to explore hidden aspects of character. She was a woman who walked invisible but had a rising character.

Charlotte Bronte was born to Reverend Patrick and Maria Bronte on April 21, 1816 in Yorkshire, England. In April of 1820, the Bronte family moved to Haworth. The landscape around the parsonage, the moors and even the wind, influenced Bronte, and her writing deeply. She declares,

"[a]ll around the horizon there is this same line of sinuous wave-like hills; the scoops into which they...

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