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Nightingale, Florence,
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Nussey, Ellen

with Anne at time of death,
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on Brontë sisters as teachers,
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Charlotte’s portrait of,
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on Charlotte’s romantic relationships,
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correspondence with Charlotte,
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family estate,
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friendship with Charlotte at school,
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seaside visit,
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visits to Haworth parsonage,
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Nussey, Henry,
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Oliver Twist
(Dickens),
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opium as medication,
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Pensionnat Heger school

Charlotte’s romance with teacher,
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Charlotte’s studies and teaching position,
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Emily’s studies and teaching position,
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garden,
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Poems
(C., E., and A. Bell/Brontë),
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Postlethwaite family,
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Professor, The
(C. Bell/Brontë),
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pseudonyms for women writers,
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Rachel, Mademoiselle,
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Rich, Adrienne,
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Richmond, George,
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Rigby, Elizabeth,
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Robinson, William,
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Robinson family,
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Roe Head School

Anne’s illness,
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Anne’s unhappiness,
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Charlottes friendships,
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Charlotte’s studies,
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Charlotte’s unhappiness,
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Emily’s unhappiness,
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school and pupils,
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Shelley, Mary,
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Shirley
(C. Bell/Brontë),
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Smith, Elder and Company publisher,
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Smith, George,
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Smollett, Tobias,
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Southey, Robert,
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Spacks, Patricia Meyer,
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T. C. Newby, publisher,
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Talbot, Henry Fox,
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Taylor, Martha,
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Taylor, Mary

home and family,
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independence,
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on
Jane Eyre,
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move to New Zealand,
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portrait of,
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sister’s death,
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studies in Belgium,
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support for Charlotte’s engagement,
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teaching at boys’ school,
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visit to Haworth parsonage,
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Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The
(A. Bell/Brontë),
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Thackeray, William Makepeace,
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Tom Jones
(Fielding),
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tuberculosis,
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Vanity Fair
(Thackeray),
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Victorian England

advances and achievements,
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on ambitious women,
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cholera,
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coronation and reign of Queen Victoria,
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cross-hatched writing,
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on curative effects of sea air,
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factories and mass production,
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governesses,
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Great Exhibition of 1851 in London,
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husband’s custody of children in marriage,
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husband’s possession of wife’s property,
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middle class,
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occupations acceptable for women,
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opium as medication,
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popularity of novels,
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preparation of women for marriage,
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railroads,
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secrecy concerning harmful relationships,
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slums,
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submissiveness of women,
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tuberculosis,
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on unescorted travel by women,
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on women as teachers of schoolboys,
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on women as writers,
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Villette
(C. Bell/Brontë),
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Weightman, William,
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Williams, William Smith,
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Wilson, William Carus,
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Wooler, Margaret

appearance,
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on Charlotte’s friendship with atheist,
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at Charlotte’s wedding,
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compassion for Charlotte,
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disagreement with Charlotte,
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goal as teacher,
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on women as teachers of schoolboys,
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Wordsworth, William,
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Wuthering Heights
(E. Bell/Brontë)

contemporary analysis,
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dishonest publisher,
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publication of,
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revelation of author’s identity,
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reviews of,
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scene and illustrations from,
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story,
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About the Author

 

The award-winning C
ATHERINE
R
EEF
is the author of more than forty nonfiction books for young readers, including
Jane Austen: A Life Revealed
among many other biographies. She lives in College Park, Maryland. Visit her at
www.catherinereef.com
.

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