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A child of unfortunate circumstances Raised and treated badly by her aunt and cousins and eventually sent away to a cruel boarding school it is not until Jane becomes a governess at Thornfield that she finds happiness Meek mea. 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 Encounters with Rauschenberg unfortunate circumstances Raised and treated badly by her aunt and cousins and eventually sent away to a cruel boarding school it is not Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries until Jane becomes a governess at Thornfield that she finds happiness Meek mea. 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

Summary Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Sured but determined Jane soon falls in love with her brooding and stormy master Mr Rochester but it is not long before strange and unnerving events occur in the house and Jane is forced to leave Thornfield to pursue her futur. 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 who I am Just last night I shuddered at the idea of popular music like some kind of eight hundred year old gremlinI am not proud of this side of me but it s who I am And also it is important background information for you dear Reader going into this review That direct address to you as an audience member was me emulating this book not an example of my pretension Or was itAnyway It s important that you know my capacity to be pretentious so that I can make this statementI don t get how any reader can say they don t like classicsOof A doozy right Aren t you glad I warned you Now you know that that wasn t just a one off of self serious condescension but rather a pattern of my personality and oh sht actually my explanation probably made the whole thing a million times worse Now I ve painted my insufferability as consistentCome back everyone Let me explainWhat I need to explain is that this book is excellent and also a classic It is very very old but sometimes old stuff is still worth it I should know I have the mannerisms of the type of grumpy old man that gets endearingly profiled in Scandinavian bestsellersThis is not the classic I would recommend that someone start with if they re looking to get into the genre It is very very slow and very wordy and the language takes some settling in But also this book is a literal gemIt was published in 19th century England which is no one s idea of Progressive Central But this book is jarringly feminist when the constraints it and Jane were working in are taken into account Jane is an independent woman and this book from eighteen freakin forty seven tells her storyNow I love Jane Austen books as much as the next girl if the next girl is pretty damn obsessed with Jane Austen but that s something not even all her books can sayHere s the thing about this book I love nineteenth century fiction or what I ve read of it but even if you didn t you d probably love this book So much of this is uniue by the standards of then but also even the standards of today It s a romance yes which extremely normal But it s a romance between two characters who are not conventionally beautiful which is unbelievably rare It s also not a romance that acts as basically the sole option for its female character I love Pride Prejudice and I of course think Lizzie Bennet is a feminist and awesome character but there s no way for that book to end really that doesn t include marriage for her Three of the five Bennet sisters get married over the course of that book It s either that or old maid status babyBut not lil Jane Eyre She does not allow marriage to be the only prospect for her She goes away and makes a life for herself and then decides whether she wants to follow that path We don t even see that in every 21st century romancePlus Jane is an excellent character and of a type we RARELY see She s serious and upstanding and smart and moral She has a strong mind and she doesn t shy away from that She lacks the reuisite features of today s female subjects of romance the uirkiness or the humor or the adorkable way she trips and fallsspills coffeeetc She also lacks the nineteenth century version of a lot of those traits And it is so goddamn refreshing I can t even tell youAnd on top of all that the language in this book is so gorgeous I want the whole manuscript tattooed on meWhich would be wild because this is about a million pages long And speaking of yes it is very slow and hard to get into and basically you have to adjust to a whole new reading experience So I wouldn t recommend starting off your nineteenth century fiction binge with this bookBut I would recommend getting into nineteenth century fiction solely for the purpose of reading this bookBottom line IT S JUST SO DAMN GOOD YOU GUYS pre reviewhey umi love this book so stupid muchif you ve got a free few hours over the course of the next few months i HIGHLY recommend rereading this book at a snail s pace worked out for me very welli should probably shout about my adoration of this book for several pages so full review 2 come The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox unnerving events occur in the house and Jane is forced to leave Thornfield to pursue her futur. 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 who I am Just last night I shuddered at the idea of popular music like some kind of eight hundred year old gremlinI am not proud of this side of me but it s who I am And also it is important background information for you dear Reader going into this review That direct address to you as an audience member was me emulating this book not an example of my pretension Or was itAnyway It s important that you know my capacity to be pretentious so that I can make this statementI don t get how any reader can say they don t like classicsOof A doozy right Aren t you glad I warned you Now you know that that wasn t just a one off of self serious condescension but rather a pattern of my personality and oh sht actually my explanation probably made the whole thing a million times worse Now I ve painted my insufferability as consistentCome back everyone Let me explainWhat I need to explain is that this book is excellent and also a classic It is very very old but sometimes old stuff is still worth it I should know I have the mannerisms of the type of grumpy old man that gets endearingly profiled in Scandinavian bestsellersThis is not the classic I would recommend that someone start with if they re looking to get into the genre It is very very slow and very wordy and the language takes some settling in But also this book is a literal gemIt was published in 19th century England which is no one s idea of Progressive Central But this book is jarringly feminist when the constraints it and Jane were working in are taken into account Jane is an independent woman and this book from eighteen freakin forty seven tells her storyNow I love Jane Austen books as much as the next girl if the next girl is pretty damn obsessed with Jane Austen but that s something not even all her books can sayHere s the thing about this book I love nineteenth century fiction or what I ve read of it but even if you didn t you d probably love this book So much of this is The Illusionists uniue by the standards of then but also even the standards of today It s a romance yes which extremely normal But it s a romance between two characters who are not conventionally beautiful which is Planet of the Bugs unbelievably rare It s also not a romance that acts as basically the sole option for its female character I love Pride Prejudice and I of course think Lizzie Bennet is a feminist and awesome character but there s no way for that book to end really that doesn t include marriage for her Three of the five Bennet sisters get married over the course of that book It s either that or old maid status babyBut not lil Jane Eyre She does not allow marriage to be the only prospect for her She goes away and makes a life for herself and then decides whether she wants to follow that path We don t even see that in every 21st century romancePlus Jane is an excellent character and of a type we RARELY see She s serious and Fishes of the Open Ocean upstanding and smart and moral She has a strong mind and she doesn t shy away from that She lacks the reuisite features of today s female subjects of romance the Out of Bounds (Boundaries, uirkiness or the humor or the adorkable way she trips and fallsspills coffeeetc She also lacks the nineteenth century version of a lot of those traits And it is so goddamn refreshing I can t even tell youAnd on top of all that the language in this book is so gorgeous I want the whole manuscript tattooed on meWhich would be wild because this is about a million pages long And speaking of yes it is very slow and hard to get into and basically you have to adjust to a whole new reading experience So I wouldn t recommend starting off your nineteenth century fiction binge with this bookBut I would recommend getting into nineteenth century fiction solely for the purpose of reading this bookBottom line IT S JUST SO DAMN GOOD YOU GUYS pre reviewhey Grass, Sky, Song umi love this book so stupid muchif you ve got a free few hours over the course of the next few months i HIGHLY recommend rereading this book at a snail s pace worked out for me very welli should probably shout about my adoration of this book for several pages so full review 2 come

Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Charlotte Brontë

HarperCollins is proud to present its range of best loved essential classics'I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will'Bronte's infamous Gothic novel tells the story of orphan Jane. 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


10 thoughts on “Jane Eyre

  1. says:

    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 tw

  2. says:

    Reader I gave it five stars Please let me tell you why Jane Eyre is the uintessential Victorian novel It literally has everything tha

  3. says:

    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

  4. says:

    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 some eyebro

  5. says:

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

  6. says:

    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 bu

  7. says:

    “‘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

  8. says:

    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 who I am Just last night I shuddered at the idea of popular music like some kind of eight hundred year old gremlinI am not proud of this side of me but it’s who I am And also it is important background information for

  9. says:

    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 tensi

  10. says:

    For years I've been saying that Jane Eyre is my favorite novel of all time and that it is The character of Jane is to me one of the most admirable and appealing fictional characters of all time Poor and plain she may be but her spirit is indo

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