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Charlotte Bronte

Summary: The life of Charlotte Bronte and how it is reflected in her works.
Charlotte Bronte was "a highly passionate woman whose imaginative fantasies always focused on romantic love" (Blom 35). Her novels show her emotional growth by displaying her thoughts, dreams, and visions. Bronte's work exhibits her childhood daydreams put into real life by using herself as a secondary character. Especially in her novel Jane Eyre, she used personal experiences to create works of art. The character Jane Eyre and Charlotte Bronte both suffered a harsh family life, traumatic emotional events, and a search for their own identity. Bronte used the novel to express her life and feelings in a way that she knew how.

Following her mother's death, "Charlotte and Emily were sent to join their older sisters, Maria and Elizabeth at the Clergy Daughter's School in Cowan Bridge; this was the original on which was modeled the infamous Lowood School of Charlotte Bronte's novel, Jane Eyre" (Walter 1). In the novel...

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