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The Complete Novels of the Brontë Sisters (8 Novels: Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, The Professor, Emma, Wuthering Heights, Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall)

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In her thirties, Charlotte was described as having a toothless jaw by such persons as Mrs Gaskell, who stated in a letter dated 25 August 1850 to Catherine Winkworth: "large mouth and many teeth gone". The first Brontë children to be born to rector Patrick Brontë and his wife Maria were Maria (1814–1825) and Elizabeth (1815–1825), who both died at young ages due to disease. Often an artifice is employed to effect the passage from one state to another such as an unexpected inheritance, a miraculous gift, grand reunions, etc, [N 2] and in a sense it is the route followed by Charlotte's and Anne's protagonists, even if the riches they win are more those of the heart than of the wallet.

In a more profane manner, the hero or heroine follows a picaresque itinerary such as in Miguel de Cervantes (1547–1616), Daniel Defoe (1660–1731), Henry Fielding (1707–1764) and Tobias Smollett (1721–1771). In the collection were handwritten poems by Emily Brontë, as well as the Brontë family edition of Bewick's 'History of British Birds.Patrick Woulfe, the author of Sloinnte Gaedheal is Gall, suggested that it was derived from proinnteach (the refectory of a monastery).

Several 20th-century choreographic works have been inspired by the lives and works of the Brontë sisters. They lacked significant connections and he could not afford the fees for them to attend an established school for young ladies. Controversial from the start of its release, its originality, its subject, narrative style and troubled action raised intrigue.Her sole professional experience would be an experiment in teaching during six months of intolerable exile in Miss Patchett's school at Law Hill (between Haworth and Halifax). It was Aunt Branwell who taught the children arithmetic, the alphabet, and how to sew, [18] embroider and cross-stitch, skills appropriate for ladies. In a similar description, Literary news (1883) states: "[Emily] loved the solemn moors, she loved all wild, free creatures and things", [54] and critics attest that her love of the moors is manifest in Wuthering Heights. In popular culture [ edit ] Olivia de Havilland playing the role of Charlotte Brontë in the film Devotion in 1946. Willie Ellin, started after Shirley and Villette, and on which Charlotte worked relatively little in May and July 1853, is a story in three poorly linked parts in which the plot at this stage remains rather vague.

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