|born on||21 April 1816 at 14:41 (= 2:41 PM )|
|Place||Thornton, England, 53n47, 1w51|
|Timezone||LMT m1w51 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||01°21' 25°52 Asc. 16°11'|
British writer, one of three sisters who became published authors. Together they opened a school in 1841. Six years later, Charlotte shocked the Victorian world with her "Jane Eyre," a passionate tale of repressed sexual longing on the moors.
The children's mother, Maria, died at 38 in 1821 and the two oldest children, Maria and Elizabeth, died less than four years later from TB. The only boy, Bramwell, ruined by alcohol and laudanum, died rather suddenly, apparently of TB, in September 1848 at age 31. The family was raised in Haworth, a small, industrial township in the heart of a much larger chapelry where they were exposed to heated discussions of politics and religion and a thriving culture. Their father, Patrick (nee Brunty, from Ireland), was described by friends and servants as kind and genial, not the ogre pictured by some biographers.
Charlotte was the bossy, controlling older sister, capable of ruthlessness, fury and sarcasm, a hypochondriac who suffered from migraines. She was only 4' 9" tall. Fascinated and intimidated by that which lay outside of Haworth, she made trips to London to meet the intelligentsia, but always as a freakish outsider, improperly dressed, awkward and ambivalent about the very people with whom she longed to mingle.
Married in June 1854 to Rev. Arthur Bell Nicholls, her happiness was brief. She died nine months later, on 31 March 1855 in Haworth as the result of complications of a pregnancy. She was the last surviving member of the family.
- friend relationship with Gaskell, Elizabeth (born 29 September 1810)
- sibling relationship with Brontë, Branwell (born 26 June 1817)
- sibling relationship with Bronte, Emily (born 30 July 1818)
- compare to chart of Historic: Great Exhibition 1851 (born 1 May 1851)
- role played of/by De Havilland, Olivia (born 1 July 1916). Notes: 1946 film "Devotion"
Sabian Symbols No.134. Maud Margesson, "The Brontes and Their Stars," presents a chart rectified by Robson to 3:17 PM
Biography: Juliet Barker, "The Brontes," St. Martin's Press, 1995
Others works have been presented by Margot Peters, Rebecca Fraser, Winifred Gerin and Edward Chitham.
Starkman rectified to 15.18.52 LMT Asc 22Vir40'
- Family : Childhood : Order of birth (Eldest of four)
- Family : Childhood : Sibling circumstances (All siblings died)
- Family : Parenting : Birthing - Miscarriages (Died from complications while a pregnancy)
- Vocation : Education : Administrator (Their own school)
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction
- Notable : Book Collection : Profiles Of Women