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Jane Eyre / Charlotte Brontë.

By: Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855Material type: TextTextSeries: Courage classicsPublication details: Philadelphia, Pa. : Courage Books, c1991Description: 336 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 1561380229Subject(s): Governesses -- Fiction | Fathers and daughters -- Fiction | Mentally ill women -- Fiction | Charity-schools -- Fiction | Married people -- Fiction | Country homes -- Fiction | Young women -- Fiction | Orphans -- Fiction | England -- FictionGenre/Form: Bildungsromans. | Love stories.DDC classification: 823.8 LOC classification: PR4167 | .J3 1991bDissertation note: This classic story shows how a young woman can overcome adversity and find true happiness. It is a story of passionate love, travail, and final triumph. Orphaned at an early age, Jane Eyre leads a lonely life until she finds work as a governess at Thornfield Hall, where she meets the mysterious Mr. Rochester and sees a ghostly woman who roams the halls by night. The relationship between the heroine and Mr. Rochester is only one episode, albeit the most important, in a detailed fictional autobiography in which the author transmuted her own experience into high art. In this work, the plucky heroine is outwardly of plain appearance but possesses an indomitable spirit, a sharp wit, and great courage.
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"Reprinted from the second edition of Jane Eyre, revised by Charlotte Brontë, published by Smith, Elder, and Co., London, in 1847"--T.p. verso.

This classic story shows how a young woman can overcome adversity and find true happiness. It is a story of passionate love, travail, and final triumph. Orphaned at an early age, Jane Eyre leads a lonely life until she finds work as a governess at Thornfield Hall, where she meets the mysterious Mr. Rochester and sees a ghostly woman who roams the halls by night. The relationship between the heroine and Mr. Rochester is only one episode, albeit the most important, in a detailed fictional autobiography in which the author transmuted her own experience into high art. In this work, the plucky heroine is outwardly of plain appearance but possesses an indomitable spirit, a sharp wit, and great courage.

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