Originally published in 1847, Jane Eyre is Charlotte Bronte’s passionate love story between impoverished Jane and her employer, the rich yet conflicted Edward Rochester. From the beginning of her life Jane Eyre wishes for more, taking it upon herself to rise above her circumstances to become educated and securing employment as governess to the Mlle. Adčle. She falls deeply in love with Edward Rochester unaware that he, and the Thornfield estate, hold secrets that threaten her happiness.
Taking its characters to the brink of heartbreak and back, Jane Eyre is an epic romance for the ages.
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Getting books that give pointers as to the various themes and summaries was very helpful in the course of my studies and this one on Jane Eyre helped me go beyond the book itself. I had read the novel ... Read full review
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Jane Eyre tells of a background coming from an unloved almost reviled childhood fighting the teachings of tradition to gain independance and fighting the natural desires of love. Torn between love and her moral upbringing that she fought so hard to defy. Read full review
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