Emily Bronte's (1818-1848) life in a quick view.

 Emily’s father, Patrick Bronte, was an Irishman. He was priest of the Church of England. Her 
mother Maria Branwell was Cornish. Her mother died in September 1821. On 19 December 1848, Emily Died at Age of 30. Her Sister Charlotte found a manuscript copy of some verses written by Emily. Then another sister Anne shyly produced some poems. After that, they composed a collection and published it under the title of “Poems” though they published it under pseudonyms – Currer Bell, Ellis Bell and Acton Bell. Her literary output was very merge. She composed some poetry, she wrote just one novel. Wuthering Heights (1847)


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