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Jane Eyre

Auhtor: Charlotte Bronte

Language: english
Published: 1847

Genres:

fiction,  romance
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Review by M. Erb, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Jane Eyre':

Jane Eyre / by Charlotte Bronte -- Wuthering Heights / by Emily Bronte -- Shirley / by Charlotte Bronte -- Villette / by Charlotte Bronte -- The professor / by Charlotte Bronte.

Excerpts from the Book 'Jane Eyre':


... to rectitude the warped system of things because I think no commentator on his writings has yet found the comparison that suits him, the terms which ...
... with you? Why do you tremble so violently? Would you like to drink some water? No, Mrs. Reed. Is there anything else you wish for, Jane? I assure ...
... those who, whatever I do to please them, persist in disliking me I must resist those who punish me unjustly. It is as natural as that I should love those ...
... and dined sumptuously. My favourite seat was a smooth and broad stone, rising white and dry from the very middle of the beck, and only to be got at by wading ...
... richest robes, and resolves to meet the false one that night at a ball, and prove to him, by the gaiety of her demeanour, how little his desertion has ...
... had bewitched my horse: I am not sure yet. Who are your parents? I have none. Nor ever had, I suppose: do you remember them? No. I thought not. ...
... charged her with the crime she wished to perpetrate. I was amazed-confounded. She looked up, while I still gazed at her: no start, no increase ...
... remember that he cannot care much for me. For when I say that I am of his kind, I do not mean that I have his force to influence, and his spell to attract ...
... would soon marry this very lady-because I read daily in her a proud security in his intentions respecting her-because I witnessed hourly in him a style ...
... and as hastily threw it from him. If I could do that, simpleton, where would the danger be? Annihilated in a moment. Ever since I have known Mason, ...
... again, I may as well mention here, that Georgiana made an advantageous match with a wealthy worn-out man of fashion, and that Eliza actually took ...
... heartless? You think wrong!-I have as much soul as you,-and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should ...
... and your efforts to masque your plebeian bride in the attributes of a peeress. I thought how I would carry down to you the square of ...
... thus, Jane-and now listen for it was true Wisdom that consoled me in that hour, and showed me the right path to follow. The sweet wind from Europe ...
... Not, certainly, that of persons who saw me then for the first time, and who knew nothing about my character. And as to the woman who would not take ...
... had promised to obtain for me yet it became urgent that I should have a vocation of some kind. One morning, being left alone with him a few minutes in ...
... are at Madagascar, or at the Cape, or in India, would it be a consolation to have that memento in your possession? or would the sight of it bring recollections ...
... their fluency covered St. John's taciturnity: he was sincerely glad to see his sisters but in their glow of fervour and flow of joy he could not sympathise. ...
... of a single woman of your age proposing to accompany abroad a single man of mine. I proved it to you in such terms as, I should have thought, ...
... ago, singing high over the wood: but its song had no music for me, any more than the rising sun had rays. All the melody on earth is concentrated in my ...