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Charlotte Brontė


Miss Cowper in English, whose first words were "This fall, we will be reading Jane Eyre by Miss Charlotte Bronte, and I am not naive enough to believe that you will all like it."
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  one of the famous Brontė sister authors, most remembered for writing "Jane Eyre" (1816-1855)
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Charlotte Brontė Charlotte Bronte
Strongly Associated with:   Jane Eyre, Emily Brontė, Wuthering Heights
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  • Miss Cowper in English, whose first words were "This fall, we will be reading Jane Eyre by Miss Charlotte Bronte, and I am not naive enough to believe that you will all like it."
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • Charlotte Bronte.
    Ellen Hopkins  --  Burned
  • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte PREFACE A preface to the first edition of "Jane Eyre" being unnecessary, I gave none: this second edition demands a few words both of acknowledgment and miscellaneous remark.
    Charlotte Bronte  --  Jane Eyre
  • Did not Charlotte Brontė fail entirely to understand Jane Austen?
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own

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  • Charlotte Brontė’s house?"
    Meg Cabot  --  Queen of Babble
  • A week later, while we were taking another try at the puffins—you can’t believe how hard it is to make a puffin not look like a chump— I told Mr. Powell about Miss Cowper and Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • I think that Charlotte Bronte ought to be shot.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • And even after you do, you have no idea what the stupid word means except that it probably just means "said," which is what stupid Charlotte Bronte should have said in the first place.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • Tuesday was a little better, even though that morning in English we finally started reading Jane Eyre, by Miss Charlotte Bronte, which we were likely to be reading for a whole long time, since it was 160 pages long even in the abridgment, as you might remember.
    Gary D. Schmidt  --  Okay for Now
  • But I doubt whether that was true of Charlotte Brontė, I said, opening JANE EYRE and laying it beside PRIDE AND PREJUDICE.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own

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  • What were they blaming Charlotte Brontė for? I wondered.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
  • Now, in the passages I have quoted from JANE EYRE, it is clear that anger was tampering with the integrity of Charlotte Brontė the novelist.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
  • Charlotte Brontė, with all her splendid gift for prose, stumbled and fell with that clumsy weapon in her hands.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
  • Thus, with less genius for writing than Charlotte Brontė, she got infinitely more said.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
  • One could not but play for a moment with the thought of what might have happened if Charlotte Brontė had possessed say three hundred a year—but the foolish woman sold the copyright of her novels outright for fifteen hundred pounds; had somehow possessed more knowledge of the busy world, and towns and regions full of life; more practical experience, and intercourse with her kind and acquaintance with a variety of character.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
  • She had nothing like the love of Nature, the fiery imagination, the wild poetry, the brilliant wit, the brooding wisdom of her great predecessors, Lady Winchilsea, Charlotte Brontė, Emily Brontė, Jane Austen and George Eliot; she could not write with the melody and the dignity of Dorothy Osborne—indeed she was no more than a clever girl whose books will no doubt be pulped by the publishers in ten years’ time.
    Virginia Woolf  --  A Room of One’s Own
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Charlotte Brontė [7] , Jane Eyre [4] , Emily Brontė [7] , Wuthering Heights [8] , Jane Eyre [4] , Jane Austen [5] , Pride and Prejudice [5] , Emily Brontė [7] , Sense and Sensibility [8] , Wuthering Heights [8] , Virginia Woolf [4] , Jane Austen [5] , Charles Dickens [6] , D.H. Lawrence [6] , Emily Brontė [7] , George Bernard Shaw [7] , George Eliot [7] , Oscar Wilde [7] , Thomas Hardy [7] , C.S. Lewis [8] , Daniel Defoe [8] , E.M. Forster [8] , George Orwell [8] , Graham Greene [8] , Rudyard Kipling [8]
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