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Jane Eyre (Hardcover)

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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1843175711
ISBN-13: 9781843175711
Sku: 218760048
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Pages:  575
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For decades, people have enjoyed losing themselves in the stories of classic literary characters, including wondering about the secrets hidden in Mr. Rochester''s attic. The novels of Charlotte Bronte remain as popular, relevant, and enjoyable for the modern reader as they were for their contemporary readership, continuing to sell in the thousands. Elegantly packaged, with a textured, cloth-effect jackets, this novel will remain a must-read for generations to come.
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For decades, people have enjoyed losing themselves in the stories of classic literary characters, including wondering about the secrets hidden in Mr. Rochester's attic. The novels of Charlotte Brontë remain as popular, relevant, and enjoyable for the modern reader as they were for their contemporary readership, continuing to sell in the thousands. Elegantly packaged, with a textured, cloth-effect jackets, this novel will remain a must-read for generations to come.
Author Bio
Charlotte Bronte
Best known for her Gothic masterpiece JANE EYRE, Charlotte Bronte grew up in Yorkshire, England with her literary sisters, Anne and Emily, and her brother Branwell. Their childhood at the Haworth parsonage (where their father was the parson) was marked by imaginative play--stagings of dramas, stories, and other creative work, often using a set of wooden soldiers. In THE PROFESSOR, she draws on her painful experiences in Brussels, where she experienced unrequited love for her employer. A shy, solitary woman who longed for love, Bronte married late in life and died in childbirth.

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"The suggestive use of language and the magical quality of her writing, which distinguishes Charlotte Brontë equally from her predecessor Jane Austen and her successor George Eliot, is one of the characteristic aspects of her work...Charlotte Brontë, no less than her sister Emily, was a splendidly original artist." - Q.D. Leavis

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