Jane Eyre

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Orion, Dec 9, 2008 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Jane Eyre, orphaned, penniless, victim to a harsh Aunt, and miserable years at Lowood institution finds love as Governess to the sickly Adele, illegitimate daughter of Mr Rochester. With their wedding interrupted by the sudden intrusion of Rochester's mad Creole wife, inhabitant of the upper regions of Thornfield Hall for years, Jane flees. Nursed from near-death on the moors by the Revd St John Rivers and his two sisters, Jane learns both that they are her cousins and that she is the recipient of some money from her Uncle. On the verge of yielding to River's appeal that she marry him, Jane is prevented by a telepathic appeal from Rochester and returns to the Hall to find the building burned, his wife dead and Rochester blinded. Yet marriage seems aid in the restoration of his sight.

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User Review  - ikumiw - LibraryThing

Jane Eyre is the main charactar of this book. She was poor woman and she was working as governess. And she fell in love with Mr Edward Rochester who is her master. I think she get her happiness herself. So she is nice woman. Read full review

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User Review  - maeyu - LibraryThing

This is a love story of Jane Eyre who is heroine of this book. Because he has no parents, She had a hard childhood in her Aunt house and in Lowood School. When she was 18, she became a governess at ... Read full review

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