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us: Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855



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    • us: Bell, Currer, 1816-1855
    • us: Bolangte, Xialuodi, 1816-1855
    • us: Bronte, Karlotta, 1816-1855
    • us: Bronte, Sharlotta, 1816-1855
    • us: Bŭrontʻe, Syarŭllotʻŭ, 1816-1855
    • us: Douro, Marquess of, 1816-1855
    • us: Pirāṇṭē, Cārlaṭṭi, 1816-1855
    • us: Po-lang-tʻe, Hsia-lo-ti, 1816-1855
    • us: Pŭrontʻe, Syarŭllotʻŭ, 1816-1855
    • us: Tree, Captain, 1816-1855
    • us: Wellesley, Charles, 1816-1855
    • us: Бронте, Ш., 1816-1855
    • us: Бронте, Шарлотта, 1816-1855
    • us: Bellová, C., 1816-1855
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    • found: Jein Eŏ, 1966- : v. 2, t.p. (Syarŭllotʻŭ Bŭrontʻe)
    • found: Po-lang-tʻe chieh mei yen chiu, 1983: pref. (Hsia-lo-ti Po-lang-tʻe)
    • found: The violet, 1830: p. 1 (Charlotte Brontë, alias the Marquess of Douro)
    • found: The foundling, 2004: t.p. (Captain Tree, Charlotte Bronte) p. 117 (Captain Tree was one of Charlotte's early pseudonyms)
    • found: Tzeēn Eyr, 197-: t.p. (Karlottas Bronte)
    • found: Jēn̲ Ayar, 2003: t.p. (Cārlaṭṭi Pirāṇṭē)
    • found: Literature network, via WWW, 27 October 2010 (Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855), English author and eldest of the famed Bronte sisters wrote Jane Eyre (1847))
    • found: Wikipedia, via WWW, 27 October 2010 (Charlotte Bronte, 21 April 1816 in Thornton, Yorkshire, England, 31 March 1855 in Haworth, Yorkshire, England, was an English novelist and poet. She wrote Jane Eyre under the pen name Currer Bell. Other pen names: Lord Charles Albert Florian, Wellesley; occupation: governess, novelist, poet. She wrote her novella The Green Dwarf (1833) and Posthumourly, her first-written novel was published in 1857, the fragment she worked on in her last years. Her poetry was included in a volume of poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell in 1846. In 1839, she took up the first of many positions as governess to various families in Yorkshire, a career she pursued until 1841.)
    • found: Sirotek Lowoodský, [1944?]: title page (C. Bellová)
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    • 1979-06-21: new
    • 2014-08-25: revised
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