Charlotte Bronte

Charlotte  Bronte

Charlotte Bront was born on April 21, 1816, in Haworth, Yorkshire. Her father was the vicar of Haworth in Yorkshire, and her mother died when she was five years old, leaving her with five daughters and a boy. Charlotte, Maria, Elizabeth, and Emily were sent to Cowan Bridge, a school for the daughters of priests, in 1824, where Maria and Elizabeth contracted disease and died. From this point forward, the children were schooled at home, and together they built fascinating imaginary worlds that they explored in their writing. Charlotte worked as a teacher and subsequently a governess from 1835 to 1838.

Charlotte published Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell with Emily and Anne in 1846. After that, Emily penned Wuthering Heights, Anne authored Agnes Grey, and Charlotte wrote The Professor. Charlotte's manuscript was initially rejected, despite the fact that Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey were both published. Jane Eyre, her first released work, was published in 1847 and was Read More chevron_right