Brocklehurst by attracting attention to the insalubrious conditions at Lowood.
Emily was born on July 30, to Reverend Patrick Bront. She was one of six children, an averaged size family in those days. The few cases in which her own recorded impressions can be compared with those of her sisters, Charlotte and Emily, imply that they all did not necessarily believe and feel the same way about certain situations.
Throughout her life she has depended on very few people for very little. At Ferndean, Rochester and Jane rebuild their relationship and soon marry.
Even Smith, who edited and published the book, had never met the enigmatic author, a first-time novelist who had nonetheless turned down his suggestions for revision, thanking him for the advice, then announcing the intention to ignore it.
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Eventually, the authority and guardians were displaced. The dark image of the crazy wife of Rochester and the mysterious events in his castle resemble Gothic novels of the 18th century, which the Bronte sisters used to read. He was burned by past relationships before he met Jane.
Rochester is actually love and that she truly does love only him.