Emily, Anne and Charlotte Bronte were three sisters from England who are now famous for their literary works. Charlotte is perhaps the most famous, but this may only be because she lived the longest. Each of the Bronte sisters was very talented in her own right. It is perhaps not very surprising that each of them grew up to be very creative, given the life that they lived both in their childhoods and in their brief adulthood.
Emily Bronte Emily and her siblings became very close, especially she and her sister Anne.
Emily returned to school at the age of seventeen; however, after three months, she returned home..
Charlotte, Emily, and Anne published a collection titled Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell.
Wuthering Heights, Emilys only published novel, was not well received at first.
Charlotte Bronte Charlotte and her brother, Branwell, created the world of Angria, while Emily and Anne created Gondal..
Charlottes most famous work, Jane Eyre (1847), was originally published under her pseudonym, Currer Bell.
Charlotte believed that the school she attended affected her physical and emotional development.
Charlotte met and fell in love with a married professor. This experience served as inspiration for some of her novels.
Charlotte was the only one of her sisters to marry.
Anne Bronte Anne Bronte was a British novelist and poet
There are approximately one hundred tiny volumes of the Angria chronicles, but none of the Gondal creations have survived.