Charlotte Bront

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Banagher - Culture - Literature and The Arts - Charlotte Brontë
... Charlotte Brontë had a brief association with Banagher in the mid 1850s when she married one Arthur Bell Nicholls, her father's curate ... Elizabeth Gaskell in her book The Life of Charlotte Brontë, Charlotte wrote "My dear husband, too, appears in a new light in his own country ... of a truthful, honourable man." In January 1855, Brontë discovered she was pregnant ...
Features - List of Books Included - 100 Classic Book Collection - UK Version
... Northanger Abbey Jane Austen Lorna Doone R D Blackmore The Tenant of Wildfell Hall Anne Brontë Agnes Grey Anne Brontë Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë Shirley Charlotte Brontë Villette ...
Ellen Nussey - Friendship With The Brontës
... at Haworth Nussey also became a friend of Anne and Emily Brontë, and was accepted as a suitable friend for his daughters by the Reverend Patrick Brontë ... and give her a chance to live, she went with Charlotte and Nussey ... On Sunday, 27 May 1849, Anne asked Charlotte whether it would be easier for her to come home to die instead of remaining at Scarborough ...
Constantin Héger - The Brontës
... In 1842 Emily and Charlotte Brontë travelled to Brussels to enroll in the boarding school run by Héger and his wife, Mme ... In return for board and tuition, Charlotte taught English and Emily taught music ... Charlotte returned alone to Brussels in January 1843 to take up a teaching post at the boarding school ...
The Life Of Charlotte Brontë
... The Life of Charlotte Brontë is the posthumous biography of Charlotte Brontë by fellow novelist Elizabeth Gaskell ... Although quite frank in many places, Gaskell suppressed details of Charlotte's love for Constantin Héger, a married man, on the grounds that it would ... source was the hundreds of letters sent by Brontë to her lifelong friend Ellen Nussey ...

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    Consistency, madam, is the first of Christian duties.
    Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855)

    Something of vengeance I had tasted for the first time; as aromatic wine it seemed, on swallowing, warm and racy: its after- flavour, metallic and corroding, gave me a sensation as if I had been poisoned.
    Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855)