Sexism in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Essay
In the delicate times of the early 19th century, Charlotte Bronte was born in 1816. She was born to reverend Patrick …show more content…
The sisters may be at a low point in after the school failure. They may have also been unable to support themselves independently and financially. This most likely led to them publishing various poems in there book. They used false names of made up men. Charlotte used the name Currer, Emily was Ellis, and Ann was Acton. They used the surname Bell, a common name that did not sound suspicious at the time. The sister used this pseudonyms approach to write several books. Though Charlotte's success was not immediate; her earliest known novel "The Professor" was rejected for publication. This was followed by great success from all the sisters. Charlotte's "Jane Eyre" was arguably the most popular work of hers. The book was revised for the theater in 2011, and the film grossed over 30 million dollars. (http://m.imdb.com/title/tt1229822/) Ann's "Agnes Grey" and Emily's "Wuthering Heights" were also published with great satisfaction.
In 1848, Charlotte finally revealed her true identity to the publishers in London, as well as her sisters Identity. Though this may have been a step forward in her fame, it was soon followed by grief and sadness. Her sister Emily died later that year. Ann died in 1849, the same year she wrote "Shirley". Years later in