The Brontė family comprises three of the nineteenth century's greatest female writers Emily Brontė (1818-48), creator of Wuthering Heights; Charlotte Brontė (1816-55), author of Jane Eyre; and Anne Brontė (1820-49), writer of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall together with their brother, the painter-poet Patrick Branwell Brontė (1817-48).
Each Brontė sibling has her or his distinct voice, but their poems share common themes about unrequited love, the persistence of memory, physical and intellectual isolation, loneliness, the loss of loved ones, the longing for home and the power and beauty of nature.
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