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(Netflix June 3) Jane Eyre (2011) Everyone knows Mr. Rochester is one of the hottest fictional characters of all time.
But what I mainly saw was that romance—how everything revolves around Bella the same way it revolves around Jane Eyre.
Those simple sentences contain a universe of expanded possibilities that were not available to Jane Eyre.
Portrait of a Lady, Jane Eyre, and then Andrew Marvell is my favorite poet.
To be sure, "Jane Eyre" is a tragedy, but the author of a tragedy must be greater than the plot—greater than his puppets.
We now understand the origin of the detached fragment in Jane Eyre.
Not a word of that part of “Jane Eyre” but is a literal repetition of scenes between the pupil and the teacher.
In a different way, that is as unlike any other novel as Jane Eyre.
The authoress of "Jane Eyre" was taken for a man by many persons.
A novel by Charlotte Brontë. Jane Eyre serves as governess to the ward of the mysterious and moody Edward Rochester. He proposes to her, but Jane discovers that he is already married to an insane woman. Eventually Jane and Rochester are reunited and, in a famous line, “Reader, I married him.”