ANNE BRONTE ("ACTON BELL".)
\ˈan bɹˈɒnt ˈaktən bˈɛl], \ˈan bɹˈɒnt ˈaktən bˈɛl], \ˈa_n b_ɹ_ˈɒ_n_t__ ˈa_k_t_ə_n b_ˈɛ_l]\
Definitions of ANNE BRONTE ("ACTON BELL".)
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An English novelist, sister of Charlotte; born in Thornton, Yorkshire, 1820; died in Scarborough, May 28, 1849. She spent her life in her father's parsonage at Haworth; had a short experience as a governess; and published poems with her sisters. Her novels are: "Agnes Grey" (1847); "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" (1848). (See "Charlotte Bronte and her Sisters".)
By Charles Dudley Warner
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