Jane Eyre (PDF)


Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre review ê 103 Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download read & download Jane Eyre Copertina alternativa uiCi sono romanzi che pur calati nella specificità del proprio tempo riescono a toccare nervi scoperti dell’umana convivenza Jane Eyre è uno di. Old books get a bad rapbut do they deserve it Check out my latest BooktTube Video all about the fabulous and not so fabulous Olde Bois The Written Review Though you have a man s vigorous brain you have a woman s heart and it would not do It would do I affirmed with some disdain perfectly well Oh Jane you wondrously bold and beautiful gal After she was orphaned Jane Eyre was sent to live with her maternal uncle and his wife Mrs Reed When her uncle dies he forces his wife to swear to love nurture and care for Jane as if she was their own child Unsurprisingly Mrs Reed is not pleased in the least with this arrangement and does the absolute bare minimum towards Jane She spoils her three biological children but sees Jane as a wicked conniving and devilish child despite ample evidence against I know that had I been a sanguine brilliant careless exacting handsome romping child though eually dependent and friendless Mrs Reed would have endured my presence complacently her children would have entertained for me of the cordiality of fellow feeling Jane is sent off to boarding school where life is harsher than before threadbare clothes small rations but she prefers it for she has finally found what she s been missing There is no happiness like that of being loved by your fellow creatures and feeling that your presence is an addition to their comfort At the end of her time there she sets off to be a governess She takes a job for a Mr Rochester and tutors his young ward Adel Only when she arrives at the house she starts to notice certain things The servants know something is up and won t tell her Mr Rochester is hiding a huge mystery and despite the danger and the difference in social standing Jane Eyre is falling ever faster in loveAn absolutely stunning book This is my third time through and each time I am blown away by Jane s strength of character With every twist life hurled at her Jane merely straightened her shoulders adjusted her pack and trudged on Each time I read this novel I notice something different This time it was how much Charlotte Bronte slipped her own beliefs into the novel Precisely as men would suffer and it is narrow minded in their privileged fellow creatures to say that they ought to confine themselves to making puddings and knitting stockingsIt is thoughtless to condemn them or laugh at them if they seek to do or learn than custom has pronounced necessary for their sex It made for a truly eye opening reread The ABC Reading Challenge J Audiobook CommentsRead by Nadia May I may be the only one with this but whenever I read a really old novel I find it much easier to listen to opposed to reading a copy I spend less time puzzling out the language and unfamiliar terms and time enjoying the story I highly recommend listening to this book if you ve tried reading it and just couldn t get into itYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

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Jane Eyre review ê 103 Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download read & download Jane Eyre Orma di autoritarismo e ipocrisia che puntuale si annida in tutti i tempi e nell’uso mistificatorio delle parole trova la più solida legittimazione– Evelina Santange. Jane be still don t struggle so like a wild frantic bird that is rending its own plumage in its desperation I am no bird and no net ensnares me I am a free human being with an independent will which I now exert to leave you I am glad that in 1847 Charlotte Bronte made the decision to publish her novel under a male pseudonym Currer Bell had a much better chance of being published than Charlotte Bronte and with reviewers and readers assuming that she was in fact a male writer allowed the novel a chance to be weighed properly without prejudice Jane Eyre became a bestseller The uestion is of course would the novel have been so successful or even published at all if CHARLOTTE BRONTE had been emblazoned on the cover I like to think that some editor would have realized the bloody brilliance of the story and would have published it anyway even if they didn t spend any money on promoting it Would readers have bought it Hopefully word would have trickled out about how compelling the plot was and people would have overcome their natural prejudice for reading a novel by a woman So isn t it fun that Charlotte tricked everyone including her own father She did not confess her efforts to him until she had become successful Even writing these words I have a smile on my face thinking of this successful bamboozlement of publishers editors and readers The story of course is larger than the book Most people with any kind of inuisitive nature have been exposed to the bare bones of this novel without ever reading the book Maybe they watched a movie based on the book or maybe they have heard it referenced Once read it is impossible for people not to use aspects of this novel as common reference points for other readers Take Mr Edward Fairfax Rochester himself the master of Thornfield Hall He is a brooding complicated dark and intelligent creature He is a force of nature who conforms the world around him with every stride he takes or every word that drops from his lips He is the embodiment of the Lord Byron character It doesn t matter that he is not handsome He is powerful Women swoon in his presence and after a carefully administered smelling salt might start calculating what he is worth a year Rochester is completely taken by Jane Eyre practically from the moment they meet The drama of their meeting is one of those great cinematic scenes in the history of literature Bronte incorporates many scenes into the novel that are frankly gifts to future movie renditions Rochester has never met anyone uite like her He is not alone Everyone who comes into contact with Jane Eyre knows they have met a uniue person She is a kind and pleasant person but she will not brook any discriminations against her character Mrs Reed her aunt Mr Brocklehurst director of Lowood School attended by Jane Mr St John Eyre Rivers minister who asks to marry her and even Mr Rochester all attempt to conform Jane to the acceptable deferring Victorian woman of the time To call this a feminist novel does put it in a box which constrains it too tightly Jane or Charlotte either one would loosen those bindings and let it breath as Charlotte s intentions with this novel go well beyond the confines of any specific genre I found her ideas of female euality embodied so wonderfully in the character of Jane inspiring 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 effort 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 minded in their privileged fellow creatures to say that they ought to confine themselves to making puddings and knitting stockings to playing on the piano and embroidering bags It is thoughtless to condemn them or laugh at them if they seek to do or learn than custom has pronounced necessary for their sex I hear you Charlotte Can you imagine the impact of such words on your typical Victorian housewife A woman who has lived her whole life being the daughter of her father the wife of her husband the mother of her sons She has been passed from the care of one man after another If she were fortunate enough to be born pretty she has that brief moment of power when suiters contend for her hand but probably ultimately her father would decide who was best for her to marry How about the impact of reading this novel on the typical Victorian man Did he look up from this book and peer over at his wife she looking rosy in the firelight knitting away at some frivolous thing and thinkdoes she want Or maybe he sees his pretty daughter enter the room on the verge of womanhood and does he consider the possibility that she wants or deserves There is no spark of revolution inspired by this book but I do hope that this book may have chipped away at some of the archaic ideas of ineuality Maybe a few women readers realized that some of those secret desires they have harbored their whole life were not such strange concepts When Jane stands up to the conformists she encounters she is willing to take the punishment because she knows in her soul that what she believes about herself is incontestable This is no better illustrated than in her interactions with I m sorry to say this because it isn t completely fair the odious St John Eyre Rivers He wants to marry her but only for the sake that he believes she will make a wonderful useful missionary wife He doesn t love her She is willing to go but only as a sister not as a wife Jane refuses to compromise but there is this moment where she is teetering in the balance I m mentally screaming to her at this point I shuddered as he spoke I felt his influence in my marrow his hold on my limbs He is a cold man who would have gladly marched OUR Jane off to some godforsaken part of the world to die some horrible death from disease or from simple neglect I know the plot and yet I m still completely invested in every scene There is always the possibility that I ve fallen into an alternative universe and I am reading some other version of Jane Eyre with a completely different ending I can assure everyone this did not happen When Jane is residing with Mrs Read she describes her place to sleep as a small closet I can t help but think of the closet under the stairs at 4 Privet Drive Like Harry Potter she is also an orphan but still with a rebellious streak because she is also sure that she is supposed to be someone other than who she is currently perceived to be The relief she experiences when she learns she is getting away from the condescending attitude of the Read house and going away to school at Lowood also reminds me of Harry s relief to discover he too is escaping to Hogwarts Though I must say Harry despite the trials and tribulations he experiences draws a better straw than Miss Jane I really enjoyed the gothic elements those were to a degree completely unexpected Oh sir I never saw a face like it It was a discoloured face it was a savage face I wish I could forget the roll of the red eyes and the fearful blackened inflation of the lineaments Ghost are usually pale Jane This sir was purple the lips were swelled and dark the brow furrowed the black eyebrows widely raised over the bloodshot eyes Shall I tell you of what it reminded me You may Of the foul German spectre the Vampyre There are noises in the night at Thornfield Hall There is an unknown tenant locked away in the rafters of the house There are secrets There are unexpected fires There are scandals waiting to be known In fact the twists of the plot were considered so outrageous for the time that the book acuired a reputation for being improper This helped to boost sales further The Bronte family was very close They grew up conceiving their own stories and fantasies and acting them out in impromptu plays All three girls and the brother Branwell were writers Tragically they all died young Charlotte outlived them all dying in 1855 at the age of 38 with her unborn child Branwell 31 and Emily 30 both passed away in 1848 and Anne died the following year at the age of 29 Can you imagine having to bury all your siblings It must have felt like the spectre of death was stalking the Brontes What makes Rochester uniue is that he does eventually see Jane the way she sees herself Fair as a lily and not only the pride of his life but the desire of his eyes I will remember that line desire of his eyes for a long time She is a hidden gem in rooms full of people Charlotte Bronte makes some good points through Jane s eyes at how unaware wealthy people are of the true natures of those who serve them I would talk about the love story but what is there to say It is one for the ages I would say that Charlotte Bronte never found her Rochester in real life but some letters have come to light written to a man named Constantin H ger that suggests that maybe she did He was married to someone else and when Elizabeth Gaskell wrote the biography of her friend she carefully edited out those very revealing letters of a love that could never be Jane Eyre may you always find the readers you deserve If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

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Jane Eyre review ê 103 Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download read & download Jane Eyre Uesti E ancora oggi suona come una sfida ai pregiudizi sociali religiosi e di sesso che umiliano l’intelligenza e la dignità umana Un’aperta ribellione contro ogni f. I feel like an ass saying this but who actually thinks this is a cute romance What the actual fNow that this is out of the way I did like Jane as a character and I also liked the portion of the book about her childhood but the two RoMaNcEs were train wrecks and if I hear anyone say they love M Rochester I will forever judge youPride and Prejudice Jane EyreThere I said it

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) Yes I suppose you can view this book mostly as a love story That's what I did at age 13 but that's why I was left disappointed back then¹Or you can view this as an story of formation of a strong and independent female protagonist a nineteenth century feminist light years ahead of its time And that's what left my now closer to thirty than twenty self very satisfied and uite frankly rather impressed²¹view spoilerThe guy

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    read & download Jane Eyre Jane Eyre (PDF) Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download Reader I gave it five stars Please let me tell you why Jane Eyre is the uintessential Victorian novel It literal

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    read & download Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download Jane Eyre (PDF) FIVE REASONS WHY JANE EYRE WOULD NEVER BE A BESTSELLER IN OUR TIMES5 Four hundred odd pages of purely descriptive writing4 Overt religious themes and moral preaching3 A plain Jane heroine who stays plain No makeovers to reveal a hitherto hidden prettiness that only needed an application of hydrogen peroxide and

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) I could bang Mr Rochester like a screen door 'till next Tuesday That's not all I got from this book honestly

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    Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download summary Ú eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Charlotte Brontë read & download Jane Eyre I feel like an ass saying this but who actually thinks this is a cute romance? What the actual fNow that this is out of the way I did like Jane as a character and I also liked the portion of the book about her childhood but the two

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) “‘Jane be still; don't struggle so like a wild frantic bird that is rending its own plumage in its desperat

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) I am a very pretentious personI try to seem “hip” and “cool” and “relatable” and “down with the teens” and of course I totally am all of those things but also I have my tendencies toward pretension It’s

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) read & download Jane Eyre Child neglect near death a dash of magical realism the power of love the powerlessness of the poor sexual rivalry mystery madness and It is as powerful as ever but is it really a love story given Rochester's Svengali tendencies or is it a life story? His downfall and her inheritance make them eual but is it really love on his part? I'm not sure which is what makes it such a good book just not necessarily a love story I also like the tension

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    Jane Eyre (PDF) Charlotte Brontë ´ 3 read & download read & download Jane Eyre For years I've been saying that Jane Eyre is my favorite novel of all time and that it is The character of Jane i

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