This is a review of the life of female writer Charlotte Bronte. Her most popular work was "Jane Eyre."
Charlotte was the third child of six of Patrick Bronte and Maria Branwell. Both parents were literary. Her mother died of cancer when she was young. Her aunt, Elizabeth Branwell, moved in to the family home to raise the children until she died in 1842. Charlotte and three of her sisters were sent away to Clergy Daughters' School at Cowan Bridge, where conditions were so bad that Maria and Elizabeth, the two oldest girls, died of typhoid fever. Charlotte and Emily were removed from the school and educated at home in Haworth
The four remaining children drew together f…
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- This is a review of the life of female writer Charlotte Bronte. Her most popular work was "Jane Eyre."
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