First Seen In:
The Child of Time
Charlotte Brontë was an English novelist and poet.
The Sixth Doctor thought that Charlotte had written the novel Wuthering Heights, but he was corrected by Peri Brown and Godfrey Richardson, who told him the author was Charlotte’s sister, Emily. (Timeshare)
In one of his houses, the Eighth Doctor kept Brontë’s novel Jane Eyre at the end of his chronologically organised bookshelf as he hadn’t met the author yet. (The Pictures of Josephine Day)
In Derbyshire in 1845, the Twelfth Doctor teamed up with Brontë to stop an Aranox’s plan to steal psychic energy. Much to Clara Oswald’s delight, Brontë declared afterward that the event had influenced her next book: her most famous novel, Jane Eyre. (Unearthly Things)
DUPLICATES AND ALTERNATIVES
The Eleventh Doctor and Amy Pond met a robot duplicate of Brontë in the Museum of Lost Opportunities. (The Child of Time)