Emily Bronte Research Paper

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Emily Bronte was an amazing poet. She was even more famous for her novel Wuthering Heights, but she wrote other great poems too. She had a certain writing style that reflected on her past. She wrote many poems such as “Fall, Leaves, Fall,” “Love and Friendship,” and “Remembrance,” They all are great poems, but what caused her to write these? Emily Bronte has an interesting past and wrote great poems. Bronte was born on July 30, 1818, in Thornton, Yorkshire, England. She was the fifth daughter of Reverend Patrick Bronte and Maria Branwell Bronte. She had four sisters and one brother. Their names were Charlotte, Anne, Maria, Elizabeth, Maria, and Branwell. Her family moved to a village called Haworth in Yorkshire. Shortly after they moved, …show more content…
She started her adult life as a teacher, but she quit that. Emily and Charlotte traveled to Brussels to study, but they were forced back home by their aunt’s death. The three girls, Emily, Charlotte, and Anne, continued writing poems and short stories. In that mix, Emily published Wuthering Heights which reflected on her past of gloominess. She died of tuberculosis as well did her brother Branwell and her sister Anne. Emily died on December 19, 1848. Charlotte was the last women standing, so she published Emily’s poems, or the ones she could find. Now, we are still reading her poems today, but they reflect heavily on her past. Emily Bronte lived a hard life, and she expressed this in her literature. One of Emily’s poems is titled “Fall, Leaves, Fall.” It is an eight line poem that has a rhyme scheme of AA/BB/CC/AA. The poem says, “Every leaf speaks bliss to me” (Poetry Foundation). This is personification. It also has a metaphor that says, “wreaths of snow” (Poetry Foundation). The poem is mostly about how fall is ending and winter is coming bringing a drearier day. This poem could be seen as sort of sad. Emily probably wrote this in relation to all the death that was happening in her family. She needed to express her

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