Life Of Emily Bronte

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Focus Correction Areas: Proper use of punctuation, spelling, and grammar. (30%) Brief overview of the research you found in the author's life. (30%) Engaging personal response to the process of doing the research and the facts of the author's life. (30%) Type 3 Emily Jane Bronte was born on July 30th, 1848 to Maria Branwell and Patrick Bronte. Although she was born in Thornton, near Bradford in Yorkshire, England, the family moved to Haworth when Bronte was just six years old. Her family was quite dysfunctional and had it's ups and downs. She was one of six and unfortunately experienced several tragic events growing up. Bronte and her two sister's were well recognized as the English sisters who had all published books throughout the mid-1800's. After having such a traumatizing childhood, she still found a way to overcome the obstacles and become a novelist. Soon after their mother died at such a young age, the three older sisters, Charlotte, Elizabeth, and Maria attended religious school. In one of Charlotte's novels she claims that abuse took place in the school. Emily enrolled a little bit later than her sisters did. When typhoid fever took over the school, Maria and Elizabeth caught it. Shortly after being diagnosed with the fever, Maria was sent home and suffered until she died that very day. Once the other sisters were withdrawn from the school, Elizabeth also died once she returned home from the disease. Elizabeth Branwell and Patrick, Bronte's father, took it upon themselves to educate the children. Both Patrick and Elizabeth sort if kept to themselves, leaving the children to create their own ideas of fun. It is said that for three years Bronte only spoke to her family members and servants. The only son of the Bronte's, Patrick, was known as the problem children. He was not only an alcoholic but also was addicted to drugs. He often made
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