Emily Brontë was the fifth of six children of a Haworth curate. When her sister Charlotte discovered her talent, Emily and her two surviving sisters began to write and published a volume of poems, Emily writing under the penname Ellis Bell. Her novel, Wuthering Heights (1847), is a classic of English literature.
Emily Bronte was a famous British novelist and poet. She was an enigmatic person deeply attached with her home and family. Emily possessed a wonderful imagination which enabled her to create a complex and deep work that is still appreciated and respected.