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Anne Brontë
British novelist and poet Anne Brontë, the youngest of the Brontë siblings was born January 17, 1820 in the village of Thornton, Yorkshire, England. A year after she was born, her mother Maria Branwell Brontë, died of cancer. 
While she was a child her two eldest siblings, Maria and Elizabeth died of tuberculosis and much has been written about the influence of these deaths on her and her siblings and how it may have affected their later writings. In her writing she was using pseudonym "Acton Bell". Shortly after the deaths of her brother Branwell and sister Emily in the winter of 1848, Anne Bronte died in May 28, 1849, after a prolonged illness. Two of her sisters, Charlotte and Emily, were also authors and poets. 
Books credited to Acton Bell:
Agnes Gray, published 1847.
Tenant of Wildfell Hall, published 1848.
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