Jane Eyre

The love story of Jane Eyre, an abandoned, orphaned governess, and the Byronic Mr. Rochester, this novel by Charlotte Bronte is a classic, and deservedly so. Told from Jane's perspective, Jane Eyre was ahead of its time concerning feminist issues. It's an entertaining story that illustrates what life was like for the upper-class of England in the 1800s.

Peace, Aimee

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  1. Jane Eyre is a classic and actually the movie versions are good too. Glad I stopped by. Your blog is quite serene. www.wordsplash-joannefaries.blogspot.com
    Peace from Texas

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    1. Thanks Joanne.

      I do quite like the newest Jane Eyre movie with Mia Wasikowska. It's really good.

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  2. I am using it as inspiration for my next horror game!
    Really. I am. It will be fun.

    I am trying to read all the A to Z blogs, but coming back to the ones I really like.
    Looking forward to seeing what you do all month!

    Tim
    The Other Side
    The Freedom of Nonbelief

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  3. I've never read Jane Eyre, though it is on my list of classics to get around to at some point. It sounds like an interesting book.


    The Golden Eagle
    The Eagle's Aerial Perspective

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  4. Jane Eyre is on the list of books that I need to read. I've seen two different versions of it: the black and white and the 4-hour long BBC version. It is such a beautiful story.

    Sarah @ The Writer's Experiment

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