The Victorian Era: The Author's Lives and Writings By ABIGAIL godwin

Charlotte Bronte

  • Oldest of the Bronte siblings, born on April 21, 1816
  • She wrote the most successful novel of the sisters Jane Eyre in 1847
  • She passed away 3 weeks before her 39th birthday on March 31, 1855.

Emily Bronte

  • Emily Bronte was born on July 30, 1818
  • Her book Wuthering Heights was the least successful of the sister's first novel
  • Emily passed away on December 19, 1849

Anne Bronte

  • Anne Bronte, the youngest Bronte sibling, was born January 17, 1820.
  • She released Agnes Grey the year of 1847, and did not receive as much acclaim for her novel as Charlotte received.
  • Anne died on May 28, 1849

Lewis Carroll

  • Lewis Carroll’s real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
  • He was an author and a photographer.
  • He was the author of Alice In Wonderland and became a renowned children's author

Rudyard Kipling

  • Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865
  • He received a Nobel Prize for literature in 1907
  • His son, John, passed away during WWI
  • Rudyard passed away on January 18, 1936

The Bronte Sisters

Charlotte Bronte

  • Charlotte was born on April 21, 1816
  • Charlotte wrote her first successful novel Jane Eyre in 1847, becoming one of that year's best selling novelists
  • Charlotte died on March 31, 1855, 3 weeks before her 39th birthday


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