Book 14: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Book 14: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

A classic literature piece written by Charlotte Bronte, published in 1847. This novel is a perfect read to tackle one day during this Christmas period. To curl up on the lounge and dive into the tragic and romantic life of one young Jane Eyre, from her days as a orphan school girl, with vicious aunt and cousins, sent to a school for girls, where more die from sickness then learn. To her growth into adulthood, where she meets the enigma gentleman, Mr. Rochester, the byronic master of fictitious Thornfield Hall, and slowly falls in love. A wedding interrupted and a wife found in the attic, crazy as a nut. A new family found and a proposal for anything but the reason of love, a whisper in the air of “Jane,” and returning back with more money than she knows what to do with, to the man she loved with all her heart.
It is a classic tale, for all to read.

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4 responses to “Book 14: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

  1. Likestarfilledskies

    Jane Eyre will forever have a place on my bookshelf. When I picked up a ratty copy for 50 cents at a thrift store I had no idea it would become one of my all-time favorite books.

    • It is a great book to have. Ready for any moment to read. You should have a look at Charlotte Bronte’s other novels. They are just as good.

      • Likestarfilledskies

        I do actually have Villette but I haven’t started it yet. I’ll get to it eventually. My TBR list is out of control right now. But who can resist buying six new books when they’re 50 cents at a thrift store?

      • Awesome, nothing wrong with buying books when they’re 50 cents at a thrift store. Villette is another favourite of mine.

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