5 great writers we wish hadn't died so young!

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Anne Brontë: The least known of the Bronte sisters died at 29. Had she lived longer, she sure would have created wonders. Anne Brontë: The least known of the Bronte sisters died at 29. Had she lived longer, she sure would have created wonders.

Anne Brontë: The least known of the Bronte sisters died at 29. Had she lived longer, she sure would have created wonders.

Sylvia Plath: The American poet killed herself post an episode of depression. She died at 30 Sylvia Plath: The American poet killed herself post an episode of depression. She died at 30

Sylvia Plath: The American poet killed herself post an episode of depression. She died at 30

Emily Brontë: She gave us the brilliant classic "Wuthering Heights." Died at the tender age of 30 Emily Brontë: She gave us the brilliant classic "Wuthering Heights." Died at the tender age of 30

Emily Brontë: She gave us the brilliant classic "Wuthering Heights." Died at the tender age of 30

John Keats: One of the greatest Romantic poets of all times, he was 25 when he died after a long battle with tuberculosis John Keats: One of the greatest Romantic poets of all times, he was 25 when he died after a long battle with tuberculosis

John Keats: One of the greatest Romantic poets of all times, he was 25 when he died after a long battle with tuberculosis

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Another great Romantic poet who died at 29 after his schooner capsized during a thunderstorm Percy Bysshe Shelley: Another great Romantic poet who died at 29 after his schooner capsized during a thunderstorm

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Another great Romantic poet who died at 29 after his schooner capsized during a thunderstorm

Some of the greatest literature that we have today was penned by writers who had an untimely death at a very young age. We can only wonder how much richer our book shelves would have been had they lived longer.
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