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Question: What pseudonym did Charlotte Bront? use to publish her books?
Answer: Charlotte Bront? used the pseudonym Currer Bell to publish her books and keep her identity a secret.
Question: How many men did Charlotte Bront? refuse marriage proposals from before marrying?
Answer: Charlotte Bront? refused marriage proposals from three men before marrying her father’s curate, Arthur Bell Nicholls. It took some months to win her father’s consent for the marriage, but they were married on June 29, 1854, in Haworth church. 
Question: Which book remained unfinished at the time of Charlotte Bront?’s death?
Answer: Charlotte Bront?’s final book, Emma, remained unfinished at the time of her death in 1855.
Question: Which manuscript was declined by Charlotte Bront?’s publishers, making way for the publication of Jane Eyre?
Answer: Charlotte Bront?’s The Professor was declined by Smith, Elder and Company, but they declared themselves willing to consider a three-volume novel with more action and excitement in it. Bront? completed and submitted Jane Eyre at once.
Question: How long after its acceptance for publication was Jane Eyre published?
Answer: Jane Eyre  was accepted by Smith, Elder and Company and published less than eight weeks later (on October 16, 1847). It had an immediate success, far greater than that of the books that Charlotte’s sisters published the same year.
Question: Which was not one of Charlotte Bront?’s siblings?
Answer: Charlotte Bront?’s siblings included Emily, Anne, Branwell, and two elder sisters, Maria and Elizabeth, who died alongside their mother shortly after the family’s move to the Yorkshire moors in 1820.
Question: What was Charlotte’s job before she began publishing her novels?
Answer: Before she began publishing her novels, Charlotte Bront? worked as a teacher. She wished to improve her family’s position, and that was the only outlet that was offered to her unsatisfied energies.
Question: What genre was the book that Charlotte, Anne, and Emily Bront? wrote together and published?
Answer: In the autumn of 1845 Charlotte came across some poems by Emily, and that discovery led to the publication of a joint volume of Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell (or Charlotte, Emily, and Anne).
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