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    The family continued to live at or return to Haworth, especially since the sisters had begun their literary career. The atmosphere in the family home must have been severe, inasmuch as their brother also chose to spend his adulthood there and died as an alcoholic and drug addict. The sisters were all of a maudlin spirit, given to spells of 'nervousness' that was reflected in their stories. The family domain must not have been the most harmonious of residences and would have been a very lonely place for Charlotte in the years prior to her marriage.

   Gaskell, who met Charlotte after the release of Jane Eyre and shortly after the deaths of her sisters and brother, believed that Charlotte was obsessed with a dual nature, that she was both the woman and the author; Charlotte Bronte and Currer Bell: "henceforward Charlotte Bronte's existence becomes divided into two parallel currents - her life as Currer Bell, the author; her life as Charlotte Bronte, the woman. There were separate duties belonging to each character - not opposing each other; not impossible, but difficult to be reconciled" (334) Perhaps this would account for her melancholy, in concert with the loss of so many family members in a very short time.

 

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