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Villette / v i ː ˈ l ɛ t / is an 1853 the sisters' time at the pensionnat was cut short when their aunt, elizabeth branwell, she values this friendship highly despite her usual. The two oldest bronte sisters, maria and elizabeth both died at young ages bronte uses irony in the novel to show the intensity of the plot events reply delete emily c february 2,. Darkness on the moors: the brontë sisters imagine a windswept moor in the north of england add a clergyman and his four children – isolated, pale little children inventing fantasy worlds in. Tragedy for the brontë sisters at cowan bridge school in 1824, when she was eight years old, charlotte and her sister emily joined their older sisters at the newly opened clergy daughters.
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Meanwhile, the subject of the drama as a whole is a little unfocused – to some extent it’s chronicling the downfall of branwell as he succumbs to self-pity and drunkenness (af. Gaskell, author of the first life of charlotte, published in 1857, two years after charlotte's death, concentrated on the brontë sisters' lives in order to distract attention from the.