Originally published in 1847, Jane Eyre is the passionate love story of Charlotte Bronte, between the impoverished Jane and her employer, Edward Rochester, the rich yet in conflict. Jane Eyre is widely considered to be ahead of her time, published under the pseudonym Currer Bell, portraying her heroine as intelligent, passionate and individualistic, yet also adhering to the strict morals of the time. From the beginning of her life, Jane Eyre desires more, taking it upon herself to rise above her circumstances in order to become educated and secure to the Mlle as a governess. Adèle. She falls deeply in love with Edward Rochester, unaware that he, and the estate of Thornfield, hold secrets that threaten her.
Taking her characters back and forth to the brink of heartbreak, Jane Eyre is an epic romance for ages. A literary classic, Jane and Mr. Rochester's epic love story continues to resonate and inspire readers more than a century after its original publication.
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