Jane Eyre

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HarperCollins UK, Dec 6, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 560 pages
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One of the greatest love stories ever told... meet dark and brooding Mr Rochester.

Loved TWILIGHT? Then you’ll adore Jane Eyre...

You can’t choose who you fall in love with.

For Jane Eyre, orphan and impoverished governess, the last person she should want is the only person she needs: her employer, Rochester.

Not only is he socially inaccessible, he’s also a man of few words and many secrets – and one of his secrets is so terrible it could destroy everything he and Jane hold dear...

 

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User Review  - soniaandree - LibraryThing

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

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
11
Section 3
19
Section 4
29
Section 5
46
Section 6
61
Section 7
70
Section 8
81
Section 21
271
Section 22
297
Section 23
305
Section 24
317
Section 25
339
Section 26
354
Section 27
367
Section 28
398

Section 9
90
Section 10
100
Section 11
113
Section 12
132
Section 13
144
Section 14
157
Section 15
172
Section 16
187
Section 17
199
Section 18
223
Section 19
241
Section 20
253
Section 29
418
Section 30
432
Section 31
444
Section 32
453
Section 33
467
Section 34
482
Section 35
508
Section 36
521
Section 37
533
Section 38
556
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Charlotte Brontė (1816–1855) was an English novelist and poet, the eldest of the three Brontė sister authors. Her novels are considered masterpieces of English literature – the most famous of which is Jane Eyre.

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