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Anne Bronte was an English novelist and one of the famous Bronte literary family. She is best remembered for writing the classic 19th-century novels 'Agnes Gray' and 'The Tenant of Wildfell Hall', both of which deal with the oppression and social status of women in Victorian England. Born as the youngest daughter of Patrick Bronte, a poor Irish clergyman in the Church of England, she had a traumatic childhood, losing her mother at an early age. Many family tragedies followed as she lost his two older sisters in quick succession. Raised by her mother's sister, she was primarily educated at home by her father and aunt. Her father had a full library, and Anne along with her sisters Charlotte and Emily grew up reading the Bible, Homer, Virgil, Shakespeare, Milton, Byron, Scotland and many more. She started working as a governess when he was in his teens to help his family financially. The work experience was very scary and she had to return home after being removed from the position. Embedded in literary works from a young age, he found inspiration in his difficult experiences as a biased and made it clear in his novel, 'Agnes Gray'. A talented writer, her cleaning career was cut short when she died of tuberculosis, at the age of 29.