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Jane Eyre (Penguin Classics)

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“Jane Eyre” is a classic novel written by Charlotte Brontë, first published in 1847 under the pseudonym “Currer Bell.” The novel follows the life of its titular character, Jane Eyre, from her childhood to adulthood, and is considered one of the most influential works of English literature.

The story begins with Jane’s unhappy childhood, during which she is mistreated by her aunt and cousins after the death of her parents. She is sent away to Lowood School, a harsh and strict institution, where she befriends Helen Burns, a fellow student who dies of consumption. After her time at Lowood, Jane secures a position as a governess at Thornfield Hall, where she meets the brooding and mysterious Mr. Rochester.

As Jane and Mr. Rochester’s relationship deepens, Jane discovers dark secrets hidden within Thornfield Hall. Despite her love for Mr. Rochester, Jane ultimately chooses to leave him after learning of his secret marriage to the madwoman, Bertha Mason, who is kept locked away in the attic. Jane flees Thornfield and finds refuge with the Rivers family, where she discovers her own independence and sense of self-worth.

In the end, Jane returns to Mr. Rochester, who has been left blind and disabled following a fire at Thornfield Hall. They are reunited, and Jane’s love and forgiveness help to heal Mr. Rochester’s wounds.

“Jane Eyre” is celebrated for its powerful portrayal of a strong and independent female protagonist who defies societal norms and expectations. The novel explores themes of love, morality, social class, and the search for identity, and continues to resonate with readers around the world for its timeless story of resilience and redemption.

3 reviews for Jane Eyre (Penguin Classics)

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