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Brontë, Charlotte: Principal Works

CHARLOTTE BRONTË: PRINCIPAL WORKS

Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell [as Currer Bell] (poetry) 1846

Jane Eyre: An Autobiography [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1847

Shirley: A Tale [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1849

Villette [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1853

The Professor: A Tale [as Currer Bell] (novel) 1857

Life and Works of the Sisters Brontë. 7 vols. (novels and poetry) 1899-1903

The Twelve Adventurers and Other Stories (short stories) 1925

The Shakespeare Head Brontë. 19 vols. (novels, poetry, and letters) 1931-38

Legends of Angria: Compiled from the Early Writings of Charlotte Brontë. (juvenilia) 1933

Five Novelettes: Passing Events, Julia, Mina Laury, Henry Hastings, Caroline Vernon (novellas) 1971

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