1) Jane Eyre
Left by harrowing circumstances to fend for herself in the great capital of a foreign country, Lucy Snowe, the narrator and heroine of Villette, achieves by degrees an authentic independence from both outer necessity and inward grief. Charlotte Brontë's last novel, published in 1853, has a dramatic force comparable to that of her other masterpiece, Jane Eyre, as well as strikingly modern psychological insight and a revolutionary...
10) Jane Eyre
11) Jane Eyre
The Complete Works of Charlotte Bronte brings together all of Charlotte Bronte's beloved classic stories and indelible characters. This special ebook edition includes all of Bronte's published novels: Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, and The Professor.
A masterful storyteller, Charlotte Bronte is recognized as one of the most significant female authors of the nineteenth century, and her work continues...
THE LETTERS OF CHARLOTTE Brontë. The brief and tragic life of Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855) is captured here in the beautiful letters she wrote to her best friend Ellen Hussey, as she describes the long winter evenings spent in the bleak Haworth parsonage in the company of her sisters Emily and Anne. Having worked unhappily as a Governess and lived abroad in Brussels she returns to the moors where she writes her most successful novel 'Jane Eyre'....
18) Jane Eyre
Vampyres, zombies, and werewolves transform Charlotte Brontë's unforgettable masterpiece into an eerie paranormal adventure that will delight and terrify.
Raised by vampyre relatives, Jane grows to resent the lifestyle's effect on her upbringing. No sunlight, nighttime hours, and a diet of bloody red meat is no way for a mortal girl to live. Things change for Jane when the ghost of her uncle visits her, imparts her parents' slayer history,...