It deals with a "mad" woman, and her husband keeping her locked up.....a form of abuse,but families were ashamed of such things, and often kept it a secret . Which is how Rochester got into trouble in the first place...also it shows what happens to a woman that does not have any money and is...
Considering she hardly left the vicarage at Haworth, it is a miracle that she had such an insite
Because like Jane Austen she wrote from the heart, with very little experience to back it up, and her characters are believable
she wrote poetry and booksShe went to school.
she is a very good woman author . . . very famous. . .she wrote the novel Jane Eyre which is based on her life. . .lol . . .thanks for reading this. . .Charlotte Bronte may have been the author of the romantic classic Jane Eyre, but she was not well served by love herself. In fact, it more or less...
because on that time womans were not allowed to publish books . it was a mens thought womans couldnt do that just mens besides womans didnt have the right to study that is why she used the pseudonym currer bell , with the fact of putting it a mens name her work was taken seriously!
Here are 3 quotes in Jane Eyre that signifies Jane's Creativity: 1. "If all the world hated you, and believed you wicked, while your own conscience approved you, and absolved you from guilt, you would not be without friends." 2. "I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free...
Charlotte Bronte was famous because she wrote Jane Eyre and various other books, for example; Villette. Although she used the psyeudom Currer Bell and she had a rough childhood. But she was most famous for her writing.
Charlotte Brontë was born on April 21, 1816.
The Professor (published after her death) Jane Eyre Shirley Villette Emma (finished by Clare Boylan)
Charlotte Brontë died on March 31, 1855 at the age of 38.
It means that Mr. Rochester felt emotionally impacted by the news that he had just gotten. It is basically the same as saying "I just got some bad news," or maybe "I wasn't expecting this to happen, and I'm extremely worried."
Jane Eyre is definitly the most popular book that Charlotte Bronte wrote with various films about it.
the poet expresses her views about life by saying that life is full of sorrowful times as well as times of happiness.The poet tells that whenever the sky is covered with dark clouds we are not able to see the sun and it rains which makes the roses bloom ,in the same way whenever we face a sorrowful...
Classical drama. Her genres of writing relate to those of Jane Austen (Pride And Prejudice.)
She's famous because she's a Victorian Writer.
Charlotte Bronte used the pen name Currer Bell because she was a woman. During the 1800s, women were not respected as authors.
Her most famous novel is 'Jane Eyre'. But Charlotte wrote a total of 23 books including: Villette, Shirley, The Professor and Joseph and His Brothers. Charlotte also wrote a novel called 'Emma Brown' but it was left incomplete when she died in 1855 finishing only 2 chapters (20 pages). However,...
Try The Life of Charlotte Bronte by Elizabeth Gaskell. Gaskell was a close friend of Charlotte Bronte and was commissioned by Patrick Bronte, her father, to write her biography.
== Bramwell Bronte == He was going to start one called Marmion.
Charlotte Brontë was born on April 21, 1816 and died on March 31, 1855. Charlotte Brontë would have been 38 years old at the time of death or 199 years old today.
Charlotte Brontë died on March 31, 1855 at the age of 38.
Several (about 5) when she was born, but only two other reached maturity. They were great writers, too: ANN and Emily.
Thirty-eight chapters (38) in Jane Eyre.
The isolation in which the Bronte sisters lived
Yes, they are both from England, which is in Europe.
c-h-a-r-l-o-t-t-e b-r-o-n-t-e sort of didnt use any language in her writing but people say she did,,, all she did was use weater to create slight imadry. she didnt use punctuation in her writing which was bad for creating suspensee, she rote jane erey thos is a wood noveel,,,,,,,,tar :))))))))))))))...
The vampire and madwomen in the attic and the Byronic hero.
Charlotte did not attend a college. She received most of her education from her father at home, although she did briefly attend the Clergy Daughters' School at Cowan Bridge (August 1824 to June 1825, aged 8-9) and Roe Head School in Mirfield (January 1831 to June 1832, aged 14-16). The conditions at...
Charlotte Bronte was born in the vicarage at Thornton, near Bradford in West Yorkshire (England) about twelve miles from the Bronte Parsonage in Haworth. All the Bronte children were born there, except I think Anne who was born at the Parsonage.
Novels: Jane Eyre in 1847 Shirley in 1849 Vilette in 1853 The Professor, published posthumously in 1857 Emma, an unfinished novel and also poetry.
this question has not yet been discovered properly, but people actually believe she died of exhaustion. due to writing so many stories and novels. but, as not most people know, NO ONE KNOWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so go to ask.com and search there.
There is an honesty and realism of the time that she lived in her stories, all I can suggest is that you read them, and create your own opinion
She was a very famous Victorian writer who wrote such classics as 'Jane Eyre'.
Ostracism summarizes Jane's treatment by the Reed family and servants.
Charlotte Bronte died at the age of 38 on 31st March 1855.
The Life of Charlotte Brontë was created in 1857.
== Answer == "The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself."
Let's see Charlotte BrontÃ« She lived between (21 April 1816 - 31 March 1855) Typewriter The development of the typewriter spans a long period but "one off" machines and patents are not a commercial product (that a person could have bought in a shop then used at home). If...
Charlotte Bronte started writing Jane Eyre in August, 1846, and finished it in July, 1947. She was 31 when she finished 'Jane Eyre'.
Charlotte Bronte wrote many books. She was heroic in the way that when her brothers and sisters died (Emily, Anne and Branwell) she carried on writing. Even though the books she wrote were not as good as the first few. Mrs. Gaskell (a Victorian writer) wrote a biography on her. I certainly think...
Well she is the greatest authoress in the world .....No one had so many adversities and griefs and sorrows - and yet - with the stiff proverbial upper lip learnt from it and never ever became bitter or miserable or hostile or severe .....or reflected the downside as downside in her novels .....The...
She didn't have any awards.
In June 1854, Charlotte married Arthur Bell Nicholls, her father's curate,
Charlotte Bronte had a great father who believed in the importance of education for his daughters. He sent his daughters to a clergymen's daughters' school in Cumbria for teaching. During their time at school, Maria, Charlotte Bronte's sister, became sick. She went home and her death was soon...
== Answer == The Green Dwarf.
Yes, it is a very famous and influential novel, and is widely read by scholars for its literary value.
Charlotte Bronte died 31st March 1855. Although many typewriting devices had been worked on since about 1710, the first commercially successful machine was not produced until about 1868. The early versions of typewriters were almost exclusively used in commerce and authors did not use them until...
that's what makes the story. if it was any different it would not have the same effect.
She didn't have any living children. However, when she died in 1855 she was pregnant with her first child.
Some people might say so. If you meant Charlotte Bronte , the writer , I don't think she was ugly. She saw herself as she portrayed Jane Eyre in her book with the same name. So , Charlotte herself saw herself as being ugly. She said : "I will show you a heroine as plain and as small as myself." In...
Charlotte Bronte wrote Jane Eyre. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Eyre
The Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Haworth, West Yorkshire, England.
Yes, she published two more novels after publishing Jane Eyre in 1847, Shirley (1849) and Villette (1853). Another novel, The Professor, was published posthumously in 1857 by her husband.
Patrick and maria Bronte had 6 children Maria, Elizabeth, Charlotte, Patrick, Emily, Anne.
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Jane does not want the Rivers to return her to Mr. Rochester, who wants her to come back to Thornfield.
no..................... What kind of question is that ? She was a woman.
Charlotte, her sisters Elizabeth, Emily, and Maria were then enrolled by their father whos was a clegyman at the Clergy Daughter's School at Cowan Bridge, near Kirkby Lonsdale in nerby Lancashire
Jane Eyre's signature was on the scrap of paper that Mr. St. John took from Jane's desk.Jane subconsciously wrote her real name (Jane Eyre) on the paper.
She's an orphan who lives with relatives that make life miserable for her. Her cousins taunt and bully her, and the aunt does not care for her. That should create some sympathy because Jane does have a hard life.
Charlotte Bronte married twice but she have one san from her second hasp-end