Analysis Of Spotlights In Time Of Charlotte Bronte

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Spotlights in Time of Charlotte Bronte “Conventionality is not morality. Self-righteousness is not a religion. To attack the first is not to assail the last” (Bronte). Charlotte was not a conventional woman in her time. Charlotte and her sisters were compelled to learn how to survive in a man’s world. Charlotte wrote many books; at least six which include, a couple she wrote with her sisters. All of these books showed the struggles of women and the social status. She used her books to show her ideas and philosophy on life. The British novelist, Charlotte Bronte, utilized her life experiences within her novel “Jane Eyre” to illustrate love, sexism and social status, and her comparison to fictional and non-fictional characters. Bronte lived a life that had restricted her because of her sex. Charlotte was born on April 21, 1816 to Patrick and Maria Branwell Bronte. Her mother passed away when she was five years old and her aunt came to live with Charlotte; she described her as a mean cold hearted. Her two older sisters passed away not long after their mother, which then left Charlotte as the eldest. She went to various schools and taught at Roe Head school at 19. In 1842, she and her sister Emily, enrolled as the oldest students at a school administered by Madam Claire Zoe Heger and her husband, Constantin. Charlotte and Constantin spent a lot of time together and she fell in love with him. Madam Claire soon realized what had happened so
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