Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte (Paperback)

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Description

Part of Alma Classics Evergreen series at GBP4.99, this edition pictures and section on Bronte's life and works. With characters that are as unforgettable as the story they enact, and a striking use of language that amazed the readers of the day, Jane Eyre ranks among the most influential English novels ever written.

Product Details

Barcode
9781847493736
Department
Books
Released
4 Jul 2014
Supply Source
South Africa

Book

Author
Charlotte Bronte
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Alma Books Ltd
Series
Alma Classics Evergreens
Language
English
Number of Pages
610
Dimensions
198 x 128mm (198g)

Annotation

Part of Alma Classics Evergreen series at GBP4.99, this edition pictures and section on Bronte's life and works. With characters that are as unforgettable as the story they enact, and a striking use of language that amazed the readers of the day, Jane Eyre ranks among the most influential English novels ever written.

Summary

A novel of high romance and great intensity, Jane Eyre has enjoyed popular success and critical acclaim ever since its first publication in 1847. Jane’s journey from a troubled childhood to independence – and her turbulent love affair with the enigmatic Mr Rochester – electrified Victorian readers with its narrative power.

With characters that are as unforgettable as the story they enact, and a striking use of language that amazed the readers of the day, Jane Eyre ranks among the most influential English novels ever written.

Fiction

General Subject
Literature/Classics
BISAC Subject 1
Fiction / Classics
BIC Classification 1
Classic fiction (pre c 1945)
Dewey Classification
823.8
Readership
General (US: Trade)

Author Bio

Born in 1816, Charlotte Bronte was the eldest of the three celebrated Bronte sisters. Under the care of her father, Charlotte was educated, and encouraged to take an interest in natural history. This freedom inspired Charlotte to argue strongly for the intellectual worth of women through her novels, and her success and the respect she won paved the way for future female authors.