Charlotte Bronte was born on April 21, 1816, in Yorkshire England. She was one of the three sisters who contributed to literature in the mid-1800. Anne, Emily, and Charlotte Bronte were homeschooled. Without any friends and the indifferent atmosphere they faced at home, they found solace in their own creative world which they penned down.
After the rejection of her first novel titled The Professor, Jane Eyre, the noted classic of all times was published in 1847 under the pen name Currer Bell. Though she was met with constant backlashes in her personal life, coping with the demise of her siblings, she managed to push her creative self to complete the next novel Shirley in 1849.
She published Villette in 1853 and a collection of poems titled The Poems of Currer in 1846. She passed away on 31 March 1855.