Charlotte Bronte Biography
Charlotte Bronte was a famous British english writer in 19th century. Jane Eyre was a great classic of western literature novel which was written by Charlotte Bronte. All her novels are written in english literature standards. Charlotte Bronte had pen names like Lord Charles Albert, Florian Wellesley, Currer Bell.
Charlotte Bronte Early Life
Charlotte Bronte date of birth was 21st April 1816 and born at Thornton, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. He was died on 31st March 1855 (aged 38) at Haworth, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. Charlotte Bronte parents were Maria (nee Branwell) and Patrick Bronte. Her father was an Irish Anglican clergyman. Charlotte Bronte was the third child of six children.
Charlotte Bronte Education
In August 1824, Charlotte Bronte and her sister Emily took the admission in Clergy Daughter’s School at Cowan Bridge. Due to the poor condition of school they were mostly educated at home. In between 1831 and 1832, she continued her education at Roe Head in Mirfield. In this school only she worked as a teacher in between 1835 and 1838.
Charlotte Bronte Marriage & Family
Charlotte Bronte was received one marriage proposal from Arthur Bell Nicholls before the publication of her novel Villette. In January 1854 she accepted his love and married in June of same month. Charlotte was got pregnant soon after marriage, but due to unkown health problems Charlotte Bronte was died with her unborn child on 31st March 1855.
Charlotte Bronte Career
Charlotte Bronte first novel was Jane Eyre, it was published on 16th October 1847 which was semi-autobiographical novel and wrote under the pen name of “Currer Bell”. Jane Eyre novel was includes criticism of society’s treatment in what making women poor. She got success in novel career with Shirley in 1848 and Vilette in 1853.
Charlotte Bronte Notable Publications & Novels
- The Young Men’s Magazine, Number 1 – 3 (August 1830)
- The Spell
- The Secret
- Lily Hart
- The Foundling
- The Green Dwarf
- Jane Eyre, published 1847
- Shirley, published in 1849
- Villette, published in 1853
- Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell (1846)
- Selected Poems of The Brontës, Everyman Poetry (1997)