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date: 06 April 2020

Brontë [married name Nicholls], Charlotte [pseud. Currer Bell]locked

  • Christine Alexander


Brontë [married name Nicholls], Charlotte [pseud. Currer Bell] (1816–1855), novelist, was born on 21 April 1816 at the parsonage, Market Street, Thornton, near Bradford, Yorkshire, the third of the six children of the Revd Patrick Brontë (1777–1861) and his wife, Maria, ...

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