Jefferson starship - jane

Jane Eyre (Jane Eyre) Jane Eyre is the heroine of Charlotte Brontë’s classic of the same name, first published in 1847 under the pen name of Currer Bell. Readapted into equally classic films and television series, Jane is an enduring and much loved character in literature. Jane is a passionate and intelligent young woman born into straitened circumstances, who makes her way in a difficult world by self-application, honor and dignity. Becoming governess to the socially superior Mr. Rochester’s young charge, Adele, Jane finds herself caught between strong forces that threaten her to the core, yet she perseveres and wins the day, albeit at great cost to herself and with much sacrifice. Jane Eyre is the type of character who meets what life presents to her with a firm and steady gaze, and who tackles her fate with a courage and self-reliance that foreshadow many a lesser feminist heroine of a later date. The Gothic overtones of the novel well enhance the less-than-fairy-tale-ending, in which Jane and Rochester are reunited in legal and sanctified marriage, having endured much in the way of personal suffering and loss.

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