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    When one thinks of the name Bronte, it is most often thought of in the plural of Charlotte and Emily or even in the triple: Charlotte, Emily and Anne. All three sisters were published writers: Charlotte being most noted for Jane Eyre; Emily for Wuthering Heights and Anne for Agnes Grey. One would suppose that the Brontes were very family oriented and that supposition would be true. The sisters were thought to be extremely close, advising and encouraging each other in all of their endeavors, including writing. 

   "Charlotte Bronte was born in 1816, the third daughter of the Rev. Patrick Bronte and his wife Maria. Her brother Patrick Branwell was born in 1817, and her sisters Emily and Anne in 1818 and 1820. In 1820, too, the Bronte family moved to Haworth, Mrs. Bronte dying the following year. In 1824 the four eldest Bronte daughters were enrolled as pupils at the Clergy Daughter's School at Cowan Bridge. The following year Maria and Elizabeth, the two eldest daughters, became ill, left the school and died: Charlotte and Emily, understandably, were brought home" (Cody brontbio.html). It is probable that the fondness between the three sisters was developed not only as a result of their closeness in age but by being brought together in shared feelings of grief as they first lost their mother and then the two oldest sisters.


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