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How to Write a Biography
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Today's Birthday: Brontë, Emily
“Emily Brontë wrote so little in her short life that it is difficult to appraise her work. ... One point is generally agreed upon: that in both her prose and poetry there is ... a rare power,” said British poetry scholar Paul Lieder. Tuberculosis claimed her at age 30, but her sole novel, “Wuthering Heights,” and single volume of poetry made Emily Brontë an integral member of the Western literary canon.