Jane Eyre

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Bloomsbury, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 495 pages
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Jane Eyre is one of the great romances of all time—a passionate tale of grim secrets, blazing love, and the fiery power of the human spirit. Stylish and teen-friendly, Bloomsbury Classics bring a cool, contemporary appeal to some of the most exciting books ever written. Each title has a foreword by a top children's author that explains "Why You Should Read This Book." Plus, a fun "newspaper" at the back of each book is packed with interesting facts and details—including a brief author biography, details on the fashions and music of the times, and a gossip column about key figures of the day.

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Re read this book for a course I took at Oxford. Rereading this book is always a pleasure . Read full review

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Four stars I really liked this book. I think it started off a little slow, I didn't really care about her exploits at her school, or during her childhood for that matter. I really appreciate a ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Charlotte Bronte was born at Thornton, in Yorkshire, in 1816 and died in 1855. She was educated with three of her sisters at the Clergy Daughters' School at Cowan Bridge in Lancashire and later at the Roe Head school in Mirfield. Charlotte worked variously as a teacher and a governess throughout her lifetime, as well as writing books. Her novels include Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette and The Professor. Jane Eyre was received with enormous success on first publication and continues to be one of the most enduring love stories of all time.

Celia Rees is the author of many books for young adults including the bestselling novel Witch Child. She lives in Leamington Spa.

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