At 27, <strong>Charlotte Bront&euml;</strong>, a poor, despairing student, walked into a church confessional for the first time. Within a year, she was writing her first novel

At 27, Charlotte Bront&amp;euml;, a poor, despairing student, walked into a church confessional for the first time. Within a year, she was writing her first
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At 27, Charlotte Brontë, a poor, despairing student, walked into a church confessional for the first time. Within a year, she was writing her first novel

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