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In Charlotte Bronts classic tale of romance, Jane Eyre is an orphan trying to make her way in the world. After enduring a difficult childhood and finishing boarding school, Jane takes a post at the mysterious Thornfield Hall. She finds a home there as well as love with the master, Mr. Rochester. But all is lost when the truth is discovered. Discover the love, betrayal, and In Charlotte Bronts classic tale of romance, Jane Eyre is an orphan trying to make her way in the world. After enduring a difficult childhood and finishing boarding school, Jane takes a post at the mysterious Thornfield Hall. She finds a home there as well as love with the master, Mr. Rochester. But all is lost when the truth is discovered. Discover the love, betrayal, and redemption in the Calico Illustrated Classics adaptation of Bronts Jane Eyre.


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In Charlotte Bronts classic tale of romance, Jane Eyre is an orphan trying to make her way in the world. After enduring a difficult childhood and finishing boarding school, Jane takes a post at the mysterious Thornfield Hall. She finds a home there as well as love with the master, Mr. Rochester. But all is lost when the truth is discovered. Discover the love, betrayal, and In Charlotte Bronts classic tale of romance, Jane Eyre is an orphan trying to make her way in the world. After enduring a difficult childhood and finishing boarding school, Jane takes a post at the mysterious Thornfield Hall. She finds a home there as well as love with the master, Mr. Rochester. But all is lost when the truth is discovered. Discover the love, betrayal, and redemption in the Calico Illustrated Classics adaptation of Bronts Jane Eyre.

30 review for Jane Eyre

  1. 5 out of 5

    Olivia

    This was a very good book it was a shorter book so if you are not looking for a long book then this is a good one for you. There were some parts in this book that confused me a little but overall this was a very good book. It is set in an older time so if you like older settings and romance this would also be a good book for you. If you read this book I hope you enjoy it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Richard Houchin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I don't know enough about Charlotte Bronte's biography to know if this book is an example of argumentum ad absurdum against Christianity, or just a frustratingly clueless romance. The amount of self-hate Jane and her half brother Saint John possess is astounding. They each have within their grasp true happiness, and they each whip themselves raw with the rawhide of religious duty and devotion. They crush their spirits and mortify their flesh all in the hopes of achieving a mansion in heaven. Whe I don't know enough about Charlotte Bronte's biography to know if this book is an example of argumentum ad absurdum against Christianity, or just a frustratingly clueless romance. The amount of self-hate Jane and her half brother Saint John possess is astounding. They each have within their grasp true happiness, and they each whip themselves raw with the rawhide of religious duty and devotion. They crush their spirits and mortify their flesh all in the hopes of achieving a mansion in heaven. When Jane observes to Saint John that he could be happy, truly happy, if he would give up his literally suicidal plans to be a missionary in the far East. Saint John counters, "Relinquish! What! my vocation? My great work? My foundation laid on earth for a mansion in heaven?" Revolting, but Jane Eyre behaves the same way with regard to her relationship with Rochester. Rochester has faults of mannerisms and appearance, but at least he understands that when you encounter love and beauty and mutual respect on this earth, it is not to be lightly cast aside, not even for the sake of ancient traditions that offer dusty threats and moldy guilt. The love and beauty and connection Jane feels for Rochester is so painstakingly described, and then she murders it for the sake of some half-imagined guilt and an absurd fancy that God or Jesus wouldn't want her to be happy 'here and now' when she should suffer for the 'hereafter'. Jane says her "reason" and "conscience" urge her to stay with Rochester, but she rebuffs her own reason with "Feeling" (that bloodthirsty harpy of religious thought), saying "The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself. I will keep the law given by God; sanctioned by man." A dessert law cast to crush human yearning, but that's what Jane chooses. She gives a pretty speech about how one should not alter laws based on circumstances, but that's basest absolutism set against a strawman of relativism. You know what relativism in this situation ought to be properly called? Thinking. Reason and conscience and life and love all united to offer Jane Eyre and Rochester a wonderful, wonderful life -- but because of an irrelevant if persistent 'law' from an imaginary God who promises payment tomorrow for suffering today, Jane throws it all away. If this story is an argumentum ad absurdum then Bronte carries it off excellently well, without letting a single smirk or laugh at the expense of the topic slip through. How anyone could read this story and not feel disgust at the Christianity portrayed is a difficult for me to comprehend, lest they also buy into the notion that self-inflicted pain and torture are just means to an end of incorporeal mansions. If the story is taken at face value, however, and it is read as a glorification of this self-mutilation, then it is a vile tale indeed.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    LOVED THIS BOOK

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  29. 5 out of 5

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