Shirley

Following the tremendous success of Jane Eyre Charlotte Brontë returned to pen a novel every bit as romantic and compelling as her first, but with deeper, heartier themes as she...

Shirley

Set in the industrialising England of the Napoleonic wars — a period of bad harvests, Luddite riots and economic unrest — Shirley is the story of two contrasting...

Villette

With neither friends nor family, Lucy Snowe sets sail from England to find employment in a girls's boarding school in the small town of Villette. There she struggles to retain her...

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is the story of a small, plain-faced, intelligent, and passionate English orphan. Jane is abused by her aunt and cousin and then attends a harsh charity school. Through...

Jane Eyre

“Narrating the story of Jane Eyre showed me that the bravery it takes for an unwanted orphan to forge her own path in life was as great in 1847 as it is today.” (Alison...

Jane Eyre

When Jane Eyre was published under the pseudonym of Currer Bell in 1847, it received immediate recognition. Thackeray, for one, described it as "the masterpiece of a great...

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre was sent to work as a governess to the ward of Mr. Rochester. Thornfield Hall is a spooky and mysterious place with many secrets. Jane and Mr. Rochester became fond of...

The Professor

The Professor was the first novel that Charlotte Bronte completed. Rejected by the publisher who took on the work of her sisters in 1846 - Anne's Agnes Grey and Emily's Wuthering...

Jane Eyre

The stark and beautiful romance of a governess and the master of a house with long-kept secrets.After a sad and neglected childhood as an orphan, Jane Eyre is hired by Edward...

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is the tale of a young governess who becomes entangled with the powerful Mr Rochester, finding mystery and uneasiness in his house.‘Young Adult Classics’ is a new...

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