Jane Eyre
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Jane Eyre

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Orphaned into the household of her Aunt Reed at Gateshead and subject to the cruel regime at Lowood charity school, Jane Eyre nonetheless emerges unbroken in spirit and integrity. She takes up the post of governess at Thornfield, falls in love with Mr. Rochester, and discovers the impediment to their lawful marriage in a story that transcends melodrama to portray a woman's passionate search for a wider and richer life than Victorian society traditionally allowed.

With a heroine full of yearning, the dangerous secrets she encounters, and the choices she finally makes, Charlotte Bronte's innovative and enduring romantic novel continues to engage and provoke readers.

Title:Jane Eyre
Edition Language:English
ISBN:0142437204
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:507 pages

    Jane Eyre Reviews

  • Cristin
    Dec 04, 2013

    I could bang Mr. Rochester like a screen door 'till next Tuesday. That's not all I got from this book, honestly......

  • Nataliya
    Aug 24, 2012

    Yes, I suppose you can view this book mostly as a love story. That's what I did at age 13 - but that's why I was left disappointed back then.Or you can view this as an story of formation of a strong a...

  • Vinaya
    Feb 06, 2011

    FIVE REASONS WHY JANE EYRE WOULD NEVER BE A BESTSELLER IN OUR TIMES:5. Four hundred-odd pages of purely descriptive writing4. Overt religious themes and moral preaching3. A plain-Jane heroine who stay...

  • Bookworm Sean
    Feb 13, 2016

    Reader, I gave it five stars. Please let me tell you why. Jane Eyre is the quintessential Victorian novel. It literally has everything that was typical of the period, but, unlike other novels, it has...

  • Hailey (HaileyInBookland)
    Aug 22, 2016

    Looooooooove!!!...

  • Cecily
    Jan 14, 2017

    Child neglect, near death, a dash of magical realism, the power of love, the powerlessness of the poor, sexual rivalry, mystery, madness and more. It is as powerful as ever - but is it really a love s...

  • Ellen
    Jun 29, 2010

    [The picture disappeared which made the comments rather irrelevant.:]?Oh course, Rush Limbaugh is nuts.In December 2007, on a radio show with an audience of 14.5 million, Limbaugh asked this questio...

  • Steph Sinclair
    Jan 03, 2017

    I often think of classics as "required reading," usually accompanied by a barely suppressed groan. Because, surely, they can't actually be any good. I'm not sure why I've always associated well-known ...

  • Grace Tjan
    Sep 07, 2009

    Now I know why Charlotte Bronte said this of Jane Austen: "The passions are perfectly unknown to her: she rejects even a speaking acquaintance with that stormy sisterhood". I love Jane, but Charlotte ...

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Mar 26, 2016

    I think this may be my favourite book of all time.Video Review -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2E8ys...Around the Year in 52 Books Challenge Notes:- 11. A book from the Rory Gilmore Challenge...