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The daughters of an Irish clergyman, the Bronte sisters comprise one of the world's most famous literary families. Charlotte, the eldest, published Jane Eyre, the quintessential gothic romance in 1847. Later that year Emily brought forth Wuthering Heights, which has haunted generations of readers for more than two centuries. Less known, but no less compelling is Anne Bronte's The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, published in 1848, a frank telling of a widow's options in Victorian England.