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The destiny did not let this caring woman embody all her representations of love family which lived in her soul. However, she cannot prevent Charlotte Bronte to declare them in her masterpieces. Charlotte’s women characters can passionate love equally with men and always they (women) are caring strong and devoted winners. V. Tatarinov Charlotte Bronte With Cherepanov Ilya's technical support. The presentation was prepared: Kosov Yaroslav Ilona Khoruzhaya Teacher Nina V. Shibalina
Our purpose was: Show evolution of life of Charlotte Bronte. Reveal the most important parts of her life. Create striking story to inspire spectators.
Charlotte was born on 21 of April in Haworth, Yorkshire in 1816. Haworth.
Mister Bronte did not like people. He never had dinner together with his children. Only dark-colored clothes was accepted. The priest's house was located on the outskirts near the local cemetery. They escaped their in an ideal world, which did not look like a boring reality.
In 1824 Charlotte was sent with three of her sisters, Emily, Maria, and Elizabeth, to the Clergy Daughters' School at Cowan Bridge in Lancashire 9 year old Charlotte turned out to be the eldest child in the whole family. To my surprise, the headmaster of school did not feel any self-recrimination. He even considered that it was the real mystery and benefit to die during childhood. The fact of deaths inspired him to create sentimental poems about ‘poor kids’. Clergy Daughters' School.
In 1832, Charlotte was sent to school of sisters Wooler in Roe Head.1,5 years later she become the best student of the school and surprised both professors and classmates know everything she could gain from sisters Woolers. Patrick Bronte. Elizabeth Branwell.
During waiting the offer to start working as a governess Charlotte and her brother Branwell were publishing handwritten magazine “For young men”. Charlotte was travelling across Angria cruel but very handsome lord. “For young men”
Charlotte again moved to Rouhed during that time Patrick Bronte decided to send Branwell to The Royal Academy of Arts to become an artist.
Charlotte’s work was not easy. She was busy from 7 AM to 11 PM. Money was not enough in addition Emily was missing her native home in Haworth and her health was bad. Soon she moved back and was replaced by Ann. Ann became beloved by everybody in Roe Head. In spite of great sum of money and letters from important people Branwell was not allowed to enter The Royal Academy of Arts, in addition he claimed to be mugged in London. He never wanted to become an artist. London.
She sent her poems to Robert Southey before Christmas eve in 1836. Robert Southey. … ‘it prevents women from doing their responsibilities’
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Sisters began dreaming about their own private school. Their aunt, Elizabeth Branwell, died of internal obstruction in October 1842. Charlotte returned alone to Brussels in January 1843 Brussels. Constantin Heger. Claire Zoe Parent Heger.
There was enough money to open a school. However, students were not attracted by outskirts where school should be situated and the clergyman’s house near the cemetery where lesson should take place.
Sisters were urged to create under the names of Bell brothers. In 1844 “Wuthering Heights” and “Agnes Grey” were published. In 1847 Charlotte Bronte showed her novel “Jane Eyre” which was published as Carrier’s Bell novel and it was a great success.
From 1848 there were several deaths in Charlotte’s family. Branwell died of clanks in September. Emily depressed by her brother’s decease died of consumption in December. “Take courage, Charlotte, take courage”
In 1849 Charlotte finished another novel “ Shirley ”. She being as a writer was not a secret already and it was perceived ambiguously.
Soon after publishing her second novel she travelled a lot and had been to London. She met her idol a writer William Thackeray. William Thackeray
In a year Charlotte found a silk for her future dress but she cannot afford it as she can’t use her earned money because in that time In England all women’s money belonged to a husband or a father.
In 1853 a new Charlotte’s novel “Vilette” was published. Nearly at that time Arthur Bell Nuckolls asked her in marriage. However, her father worried.
One day Charlotte arranged a tea-party for 5 hundred people.
The 31 of March in 1855 Charlotte died of a cold and weariness- it’s the first variant of the cause of her death. Other people suppose to believe that Charlotte Bronte died with an unborn child.
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