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Emily Bronte

Emily Jane Bronte was a young author and poet during the 1800s. She is best known for her novel "Wuthering Heights," which was published only a year before her death at the age of 30.

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Charlotte Bronte. Charlotte was the 3rd child, Emily was the 5th.
Emily bronte was born in 1818 and died 1848
It is an allusion to the comfort entailed under the cover of the stars at night.
She was the tallest of the Bronte sisters at 5 foot 6 inches.
She wrote poems because she had nothing better to do between exploring the deep sea, fighting aids, terrorism, and aliens.
She published under the pen name Ellis Bell.
If she didn't she had a remarkable insight to what actually goes on when betrayal moves in on a love affair. I never read that book until after my marriage turned into a civil war and all the things they said rang true for we did the same.Coming from Bradford you would have thought i would have read...
Emily Brontë was born on July 30, 1818.
Emily Brontë was born on July 30, 1818.
plz give me the explanation of the poem hope by emily bronte
The most obvious is the love/hate relationship between Catherine and Heathcliff. He is abusive towards her and yet at the same time loves her very much. Catherine never marries Heathcliff but in doing so leads a life of depression and eventual death. Heathcliff is referred to as a "devil" but only...
Emily and Charlotte Bronte both wrote Gothic novels, why, we don't know. But it is plausible that they gave each other ideas and shared certain styles, like Gothic elements.
Emily Bronte not only wrote the classic book Wuthering Heights but, also numerous poems. Her and her sisters were some of the most influential women writers of their time, even though they all worked under pseudonyms.
Emily Bronte's childhood was not very good because her mother dided when she was onlt 3 years of age.
Charlotte Bronte .
No, she never did.
Wuthering means really windy and blowing around. So the actual manor 'wuthering heights where the story was based is really windy. Hence where the name caomes from.
Haworth Parsonage, West Yorkshire
Yes, they are both from England, which is in Europe.
Emily's greatest accomplishment was to write the novel Wuthering Heights. THis was the only novel she ever wrote but through it she was able to speak her own mind to make claer the power of her voice and to reveal her entire vision of humankind to the world. It has been 150 years since wuthering...
  Emily Gould and Zareen Jaffery wrote the book called "Hex Education"
Emily wrote her only published novel, Wuthering Heights, between October 1845 and June 1846. It was published in 1847.
Though she was a poet, she is more famous for her book Wuthering Heights. Her poems are collected in a volume known as Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, which includes poems by her sisters.
  Well, death and rebirth are not themes; they are motifs. To find a theme, use the Motif in a sentence that says a message about life in general that relates to the book. Themes should not be book specific and should be easily related to real life. It is not hard. Just use death and rebirth in...
=== ===     'A Living Answer' is a very beautiful phrase that is often used by the writers who rejoice in literary aestheticism. For example a person wants to know why God has made night more beautiful and peaceful than day and suddenly he sees a young couple moving along a deserted road,...
Emily Bronte was born on July 30, 1818 in the village of Thornton,which was in the north of England.
The duration of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights is 1.75 hours.
Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights was created in 1992.
  Emily Jane Bronte   Emily Jane Bronte is her full name.
Emily Bronte has written: 'Cumbres Borrascosas' 'Sturmhohe' 'Jane Eyre (Play)' 'Les Hauteurs Battues des Vents' 'De woeste hoogte' 'Wuthering Heights' 'Les Hauteurs Battues des Vents' 'Wuthering Heights' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Classic Literature, Country life, Country life in...
Poems and a book.
she fell ill after attending branwells funearal and got Tuberculosis
Yes, she only wrote Wuthering Heights. All her other work was poetry.(2) this answer is not strictly correct. Emily, Jane, Anne and Bramwell also wrote a series of books based on characters and plots they had developed and acted out together in solitary play and set in the imaginary kindoms of...
First watch the movie, take notes then research just as I did!
  She was born on July 25th, 1932.
Wuthering Heights.
Although she also wrote poetry, Emily Bronte is remembered for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, which was published in 1847.
try this site it has tons of poems by her http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/novel_19c/wuthering/poetry.html
Died : December 1848 (aged 30) Haworth, Yorkshire, England. ^_^
She was born in Yorkshire, Ireland but lived most of her lif(moved when she was just barely two) in Haworth Parsonage.
At that time people thought only men could write books very well, so naturally it was a surprise when Emily Bronte wrote such a great and passionate book.
Emily Bronte never married during her lifetime.
Emily Bronte Grew up Harworth in Yorkshire
She talks about she experiences a tragedy so great that she cannoy  enjoy the beauty of nature. She feels guilty about it and the  anguish made the world turn to winter, and it took all the good  things about nature with it.
Although Emily Bronte had a sporadic education due to her frequent poor health, her major work, "Wuthering Heights" was a jaw-dropping blockbuster in its day. Emily's lack of much formal education did nothing to stop her strong intellect. A shy, quiet, introverted person, Emily had a powerful...
Emily Bronte was one of six children of a humble country rector (minister). Her mother died when Emily was young, and Emily and her sisters sporadically attended the Cowan Bridge School, a facility for the children of poor clergy members. An epidemic broke out while she was there, causing the deaths...
Emily Bronte had one brother named Patrick.
I've read  that Jane Austen was a source of inspiration to Emily Bronte, probably because of her appreciation of novels, which at the time, was scoffed at.
Patrick Brontë, the father of Emily Brontë, was ordained as a deacon in the Church of England in 1806 and was ordained a priest in 1807. He and his family were thus Anglican.
Yes, i believe she did (search on wiki)
Ellis BellEmily Brontë wrote under the pen name 'Ellis Bell'.
Emily Bronte is the second youngest out of the 6 siblings.
Edgar Linton was a fictional character in Wuthering Heights. In the  story, his parents died from some sort of fever.
dickens mostly novels are pathetic,but one thing should be clear that this is his mastery to blend pathos with humour.pathos without humour is heart rending and un bearable.
He could get in trouble for speaking against the crown.
Poe wrote a long defense of Bronte against one of her critics. He indicated she would be famous long after he was forgotten. So basically he supported her, and he kind of predicted the future :) your welcome