Charlotte Bronte Chronology
- Charlotte Bronte born April 21 at Thornton in Yorkshire.
- Charlotte's father appointed perpetual curate of Haworth.
- September 15, Charlotte's mother dies.
- Charlotte and sisters Maria, Elizabeth, and Emily become students at the Clergy Daughters' School, Cowan Bridge.
- May, Maria dies; June, Elizabeth dies; Charlotte and Emily return home.
- Charlotte begins to write the first accounts of what is to become the saga of Glasstown and Angria.
- January, Charlotte enrolls at Miss Wooler's School, Roe Head.
- May, completes schooling and returns home to tutor sisters.
- July, returns to Roe Head as a teacher.
- May, resigns position and returns home.
- February, Charlotte and Emily enroll in the Pensionnat Heger, Brussels; November, Aunt Elizabeth Branwell's death brings girls home.
- January, Charlotte returns to Brussels to teach English and to study.
- January, leaves Brussels; Bronte sisters attempt without success to start school.
- May, Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell published; The Professor completed and offered repeatedly for publication, but without success; August, Charlotte begins Jane Eyre.
- October, Jane Eyre published and acclaimed; December, Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte, and Agnes Grey, by Anne Barone, published.
- June, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by Anne Bronte, published. September 24, Branwell, the only son of the family, dies; December 19, Emily dies.
- May 28, Anne dies. October, Shirley published.
- January, Villette published.
- June 29, Charlotte marries A. B. Nicholls.
- March 31, Charlotte dies.
- March, Mrs. Gaskell's Life of Charlotte Bronte published; June, The Professor published posthumously.
- The Twelve Adventurers and Other Stories, a collection of Charlotte's juvenilia, published posthumously.
- The nineteen volumes of The Shakespeare Head Bronte--the most complete edition of the works of Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and Branwell--published.
- Legends of Angria, a collection of Charlotte Bronte's juvenilia, published posthumously.
- Five Novelettes, a collection of Charlotte Bronte's juvenilia, published posthumously.
© (This extract is taken from Margaret Howard Blom, Charlotte Bronte [Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1977])
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