Brontë, charlotte and emily
Two nineteenth-century English authors known for their novels. Charlotte Brontë wrote Jane Eyre; Emily, her sister, wrote Wuthering Heights. A third sister, Anne, was also a writer, and a brother, Branwell, was an aspiring artist.
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