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Emily Bronte, on the outside, seemed to be a very withdrawn lady and is reported to be reclusive through her whole life. She had been even amazingly embarrassed when her sister, Charlotte Bronte, found her book of poetry, even though Charlotte was incredibly impressed by it. Beneath the surface lies a woman filled with passion and capable of powerful emotions, though she had never felt these emotions, to write a book that is still discussed today and is regarded as a literary classic. Novels are often regarded as a window into the spirits of the writers, and Wuthering Heights is no exception. Wuthering Heights is often regarded as a type of construct of Emily's life and personality, due to the similarity of characters to individuals in Emily's life, and the way the events that occur in Wuthering Heights are secluded in their own right, much like Emily's life. Produced to Patrick and Maria Bronte, Emily Bronte, the fifth girl from six children, would direct a brief lifetime of isolation and unhappiness. Her father was an "industrious Irish clergyman" who had been born in Ireland on March 17, 1777. He had been a teacher and graduated from Cambridge with a Bachelor of Arts degree before being "ordained to curacies" (Laban). Her mother, Maria Bronte, was a Cornish merchant's daughter. Emily Bronte was born at Thornton in a parish in July of 1818. The family only stayed there for two years, moving to Haworth, a little village on the moors of West Riding, Yorkshire, in northern England, shortly before Maria Bronte's passing. Emily would remain at Haworth for the rest of her life, excluding occasional attempts at formal education. After Emily's mother died shortly after the movement to Haworth, her sister, Elizabeth, moved in to help treat the kids and the ho...