Charlotte BrontË - (1816 - 1855) - Research Article from Gothic Literature

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Principal Works

Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell [as Currer Bell, with Ellis and Acton Bell (pseudonyms of Emily and Anne Brontë)] (poems) 1846
Jane Eyre. An Autobiography [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1847
Shirley: A Tale [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1849
Villette [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1853
The Professor: A Tale [as Currer Bell] 1857
Emma (unfinished novel) 1860
The Brontës' Life and Letters (letters) 1908
Legends of Angria (juvenilia) 1933
Five Novelettes: Passing Events, Julia, Mina Laury, Henry Hastings, Caroline Vernon (novellas) 1971

∗ This work includes letters written by Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë.

Primary Sources

Charlotte BrontË (story Date 1833)

SOURCE: Brontë, Charlotte. "Napoleon and the Spectre." In Great Ghost Stories: 34 Classic Tales of the Supernatural, compiled by Robin Brockman, pp. 415-20. New York: Gramercy Books, 2002.

The following short story originally appeared in a manuscript titled "The Green...

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