Emily Bronte Emily Bronte was born at Thornton in Yorkshire on 30 July 1818, the fifth of six children of Patrick and Maria Bronte, and died of tuberculosis on 19 December 1848. Emily Bronte is best known for her novel Wuthering Heights, and also for being one of the famous Bronte sisters.
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An Emily Bronte Chronology A detailed timeline of personal events in Emily's life, including her writing achievements.
Emily Bronte Background information about Emily, and a listing of hers, Charlotte's and Anne's works.
Emily Bronte: An Overview A chronology, and information about the cultural context of Emily's writing.
Emily Brontė: A Strong, Solitary Soul A detailed essay discussing the person who was Emily Bronte, and the events that shaped her life.
Emily Bronte (1818-1848) A portrait of Emily with Charlotte and Anne, and a brief summation of her famous work Wuthering Heights.
Emily Bronte (1818-1848) Outlines the life of this English writer, comparing it with the lives her sisters led, and summarises Emily's only novel Wuthering Heights.
Emily Jane Bronte An overview of Emily's life, with additional links.
Emily Jane Bronte Images of Emily and examples of her poetry.
Love on the Moors: The Bronte Family Discussing whether the male characters in the sisters' writing were based on their brother, and a summation of a selection of their works.
The Bronte Archive A history of Emily's life and examples of her poetry.
The Bronte Sisters A brief biography of Emily, Charlotte and Anne and their writing.
The Bronte Sisters Extensive resource on Emily, Charlotte, and Anne Bronte and their family, their lives and works.
The Bronte Sisters Web Texts of each of the sisters' works, with details about the Bronte society and bulletin boards.
The Emily Bronte Page Provides information and access to information about one of English literature's most famous authors, with links to sources of information about Emily, her life and work.