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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre Infographic to help you understand everything about the book. Visually learn all about the characters, themes, and Charlotte Brontë.

Portrait of Anne, Emily, and Charlotte Bronte by their brother Branwell (c.1834). He later removed himself from the painting (resulting in the "column" between the girls).

The three Brontë sisters, in an 1834 painting by their brother Branwell Brontë. From left to right: Anne, Emily and Charlotte. (Branwell used to be between Emily and Charlotte, but subsequently painted himself out.

Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre - Social Conscience and Feminism in Victorian Literature

Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre - Social Conscience and Feminism in Victorian Literature

Charlotte Bronte. Phenomenal author. Experienced profound loss in her life and overcame a troublesome childhood. If only she knew how famous she became.

Charlotte Bronte and her novel "Jane Eyre": a review

"Charlotte Brontë April 1816 – 31 March was an English novelist and poet, the eldest of the three Brontë sisters who survived into adulthood, whose novels are English literature standards. She wrote Jane Eyre under the pen name Currer Bell.

Jane Eyre quote

One of my all time favorite books currently reading it again for the time. A beautiful, soul spilling, heart stopping, genious.

First page of Charlotte Brontë's manuscript for Something About Arthur. The sheets the manuscript is written on measure 5.7 cm by 9.3 cm. Image courtesy of Harry Ransom Center.

A Teenaged Charlotte Brontë's Tiny Little Romance

One of Charlotte Bronte's miniature books (about inches), written when she was

"Writers' Rooms: Charlotte Brontë. This is the room in Haworth Parsonage, variously known as the dining room, the drawing room or the parlour, in which the Brontë sisters used to write and discuss their work with each other." Click through for much more biographical information.

Writers' rooms: Charlotte Bronte

This is the room in Haworth Parsonage, variously known as the dining room, the drawing room or the parlour, in which the Brontë sisters used to write and discuss their work with each other.

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