Fiery passion, shocking secrets, and a compelling, vulnerable heroine in peril have made Jane Eyre an enduring favorite. When Jane becomes governess at gloomy Thornfield Hall, she falls deeply in love with the brooding, tormented Edward Rochester--and he with her.
But soon Jane realizes that the house holds terrifying mysteries. What is Rochester hiding from Jane? Will their smoldering relationship survive--or will Jane be left heartbroken and exiled?
Instantly popular on its publication 1847 Jane Eyre broke new ground and caused a considerable stir in charting the emotional development of a plain, passionate girl desiring fulfillment of her own terms.
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as a teenager I had to study Jane Eyre for Senior.I found that extremely difficult and did not understand. I have since seen the movie, a little better understanding. Reading the book again now at 68 I loved it. i understood the meaning, was engrossed with the language, and found it quite magnificent. Enjoyed every minute. I realise I was much too young and naive when i was first forced to read such an engaging novel.
Series: Transatlantic Classics
For Grades: 7+
Number Of Pages: 576
Published: 1st February 2012
Publisher: Hinkler Books Pty, Limited
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 17.9 x 11.4 x 4.5
Weight (kg): 0.31
Edition Number: 1