Emily Jane Bronte
Emily Jane Bronte was a feminine novelist and poet who lived throughout 19th century (30 July 1818 – 19 December 1848). She also worked as governess however was tended to slightly focus on her novels and poems. Emily was born on 30 July 1818 in Thornton. She was one of four surviving Bronte siblings that her father Patrick Bronte and her mother Maria Branwell gave birth to. Portraits of Emily are mostly painted by her own brother Branwell Bronte. Her to Haworth, Yorkshire, because her father became the local parish there. About one year later, her older sisters Maria and Elizabeth died as a result of illness called they got from the “typhus epidemic”. Emily shared the similar education that her older sister did. They both went to the boarding schools Cowan Bridge and Roe Head. In 1838 Emily started to work as a teacher at the Law Hill boarding school. In 1842 she went to Brussels to study in the school of Madame Heger. Emily later returned to Haworth, where she now took care of the family budget and the finances of the family. Besides working in the government and publishing poems and novels under the “pen name” Ellis Bell (which initially only was a hobby) she took interest in the study of animals, hiking and nature viewing, which were quite unusual hobby’s for a Victorian women.
Emily Bronte is slightly famous for her novel “Wuthering Heights”. A two of three volume novel embracing puzzle critics. The last and third volume was written by her younger sister Anne Bronte, emphasising the creative mind the family obtained (Branwell for example was a skilled portrait painter). Even though her genre for novels and poems was romanticism, her novel “Wuthering Heights” as mentioned before consists of critics. Women throughout the 19th century were no were near treated as they are in modern times today, stating a possibility Emily that she reflected her critics based on the role of women in society throughout her lifetime. Another factor that...
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