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Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte Reviews

A Memorable Classic!

Jan 11, 2011 05:25 PM Read

Women are supposed to be very calm generally: but women feel just as men feel; they need exercise for their faculties, and a field for their efforts, as much as their brothers do; they suffer from too rigid a restraint, too absolute a stagnation, precisely as men would suffer; and it is narrow-m...Read More

Jane Eyre

Feb 22, 2017 11:49 AM Read

If you like fantastically depressing subject matter that would make Dickens cry and an annoying protagonist who can't decided if she's independent or submissive, you'd probably like this book. I'll admit, I enjoyed the mystery aspect of the story, but as soon as jane figures out what's causing s...Read More

Inspiring novel

Jan 25, 2017 07:42 PM Read (via Mobile)

Friends as we all know life is fun .family, friends, but there are some people who have to go through bitter moments. Jane don't have any one in the world. She want someone who love her but there is no one .she is poor but have a good behaviour have a good personality which helped her to fight w...Read More

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A perfect blend of passionate romance.

Dec 31, 2015 03:33 PM Read

An impeccable mix of enthusiastic sentiment, gothic riddle, sentimental depiction of nature, social analysis and amusingness, all rendered in striking, lovely composition. One can't appreciate Jane Eyre, the little tutor who could. She transcends her brutal childhood to wind up a tutor, poor how...Read More

Not so favourite a classic

Nov 29, 2015 08:06 AM Read (via Mobile)

Jane Eyre is a very celebrated and widely read classic book but on a personal frequency I fail to relate to Jane in any way. Jane the protagonist in the entire book is shown to be a victim of tough circumstances and abuses and unfortunately she does little to fight it back. As a woman myself ...Read More

 
Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Wonderful melodrama and indecision! Awesome Read

Oct 08, 2015 03:16 PM Read

The tale of a disregarded young lady vagrant, of that name, who never surrenders her fantasy of satisfaction, regardless of how remote a plausibility, that objective, can ever be come to. Detested by her pitiless Aunt Mrs. Sarah Reed(NOT A BLOOD RELATIVE), and cousins, Eliza, desirous of her mor...Read More

A timeless Classic...

Aug 04, 2015 04:25 PM Read

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a classic that is timeless. It is a tale of romance and integrity. It is a tale of trust and love, which explores the inner side of women. Jane Eyre as a book was a part of my English Literature Degree, but it never left my book shelf. I could never part with ...Read More

Jane Eyre

Jun 21, 2011 12:03 AM Read

This book is the only book written by Charlotte Bronte. It is about a young girl, Jane Eyre, who was orphaned and lived a miserable life at her uncle’s home. Her aunt sends her to a boarding school   where Jane lives until typhus wipes out the school’s population. She is one of the lucky ones wh...Read More

To all those who thought that Victorians r stuffy

Sep 08, 2009 12:29 AM Read

Let it be first informed that Jane Eyre, is not the only novel by Emily Bronte, there is Emma for one, Villete and a few others and also a collection of poems published prior to Jane Eyre and horridly panned by the critics. Now, for the plot. Jane, who is also the narrator, is introduced to u...Read More

Jane Eyre-- what lies beneath

Apr 18, 2009 08:26 AM Read

Naturally, Bronte has quite the gift in regards to narration. It saddens me to hear that people find Victorian Literature either "dull" or "too explicit, " leaving nothing to imagine. Well, I disagree in both regards. Jane Eyre is filled with the sort of people who defame such works, and is a ga...Read More

Book about love loyalty and inner strengh.

Nov 03, 2008 05:19 PM Read

When I first read this book little did I know that this is one book I will go back to reading again and again. The first time I read it I truly felt the book was Victorian too conservative, too stuffy, talk about giving up the love of your life only cause he is not legally divorced and suffering...Read More

Of all the mansions in the world...

Sep 04, 2008 01:17 AM Read

"She hadda walk inta mine." Somehow, I think Charlotte Bronte, locked up in her dark, odd house with nothing but paper and ink to amuse herself with, had visions of'Casablanca' dancing in her head, long before the writers of it were born. Despite the virtue of the main character, Bronte pulls...Read More

The other side of the story

Apr 11, 2006 06:06 PM Read

This book is written to give us the untold story behind the story of Jane Eyre. Basically the other side of the story from the first wifes point of view. The book is called WIDE SARGASSO SEA BY JEAN RHYSS This book is about a young girl, Antoinette, who grows up in Jamaica. She is of mixe...Read More

Very much English!

Jan 29, 2005 03:29 PM Read

Hi, I bought this book in one of the way side shop in Chennai for 20Rs. Little did I realize that I would enjoy a lot from it. The story is simple without much turn abouts. What stands apart in this book is the 'English' used and the descriptions of every damn thing in the story. The descript...Read More

A journey from innocence to maturity

Oct 10, 2004 02:46 PM Read

For those who are ardent fans of Jane Austen, should read this bildungsroman by Charlotte Bronte. While Bronte was an era later than Austen, there is an eminent difference between their writings. While Austen's world was limited to the upper class and its interecacies, the Bronte sisters focusse...Read More

Jane Eyre : Your simple and interesting heroine

Apr 20, 2004 07:55 PM Read

Book Title: Jane Eyre Book Author: Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855) Genre: Psychological Romance Setting: Northern England in 1800s Principal Characters: Jane Eyre ? an orphan girl Mrs. Reed ? Jane?s aunt and mistress of Gateshead Hall Edward Rochester ? the owner of Thornfield ...Read More

A Classic!

Jan 20, 2004 09:32 PM Read

This book is the only book written by Charlotte Bronte. It is about a young girl, Jane Eyre, who was orphaned and lived a miserable life at her uncle’s home. Her aunt sends her to a boarding school where Jane lives until typhus wipes out the school’s population. She is one of the luc...Read More

Worth Reading

Oct 05, 2003 12:34 AM Read

For those of you who love reading books do read Jane Eyre.Its a touching autobiography of a girl who grows up to be a woman and falls in love with a middle-aged ruffian(Quite rare indeed!).The description of her childhood days and the sufferings she goes through are remarkably portrayed by Charl...Read More

Horrific book

Apr 02, 2003 06:16 AM Read

This book is probably one of the worst books i've ever read. For some reason, Bronte feels that she must describe every little thing in full detail. Although this isn't entirely a bad thing, It leaves the reader in bored suspense. This book was unbearably boring. I am still amazed at how I got t...Read More

Not her only

Mar 28, 2003 08:40 AM Read

I am just commenting on the other reviews, I want people to be aware that Charlotte Bronte published several novels including, The Professor, Shirley, and Villette. Jane Eyre was her greatest novel, but not her only novel. You may be thinking of her sister Emily who only published one novel, Wut...Read More


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