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Jane Eyre (Penguin Classics) Paperback – August 15, 2006
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This would be a wonderful mother-daughter read. It brings forward opportunities to talk about relationships - what makes one good or bad - as well as dedication, study, and a myriad of other topics that an adolescent faces. As Jane's life is detailed the unwanted child, bullying, powerlessness all rise up; so too does the consequence of standing up for oneself. The difficulties of poverty are shown and the co-existence of good people and poor characters within one school. The true impact that one friend can make, despite a brevity in the friendship, shows the power we each carry. The need to stretch and leave what you know, to spread ones wings, appears and brings the blessings and tragedies of life. Opportunities that are mixed and, finally, a happy-ever-after, without perfection, concludes the story. While Jane's insights are far too advanced for the age of her character throughout much of the book, they provide a young reader a path of exploration and the adult reader easy questions to discuss. ("How do you think Jane came to that realization or conclusion?")
Mrs. Reed (Jane's aunt, guardian) kind of turned a blind eye to the situation.
As did Eliza “Lizzy” Reed (Jane's cousin) & Georgiana “Georgie” Reed (Jane's cousin, Lord Edwin Vere’s wife, wealthy) who had their own issues.
Bessie Lee (nurse maid, Robert Leaven’s wife) & Ms. Abbot (maid) would look after Jane.
Mr. John Reed (Uncle) when he died had left the family quite well off.
Mr. Lloyd (apothecary) had been called to the household also.
Mrs. Reed had written to Mr. Brocklehurst (wealthy) about getting Jane admitted to Lowood Institution school (school for poor orphaned girls),
1/19, Ms. Miller (teacher) assigned Jane to be a monitor.
Ms. Maria Temple (superintendent, Reverend Naysmith wife), Madame Pierrot (French teacher), Ms. Scatcherd (history teacher), & Ms. Smith didn’t exactly welcome any of the girls.
Strict discipline & the 3’R’s.
Jane soon met Ms. Helen Burns (Scottish, pupil). They were sort of 2 peas in a pod.
Even in bad weather the girls had to walk to Brocklebridge Church.
Thornfield Hall. Mrs. Alice Fairfax (English, elderly kind widow, housekeeper) introduced Jane to her new pupil Mademoiselle Adèle Varens (French).
Monsieur Edouard Fairfax de Rochester (Thornfield Hall Master) seem liked the ideal person to work for.
Jane had been invited to a gala event in Leas (town).
Those in attendance were: Mr. Eshton (dad), Lord Ingram, Sir George Lynn, Colonel Dent, Sophie, Mrs. Eshton (mom), Amy Eshton (eldest), Louisa Eshton (youngest), Lady Lynn (40), Mrs. Dent, Dowager Lady Ingram (mom), Blanche Ingram (18, daughter), & Mary Ingram (daughter).
What news did Jane receive about John Reed?
What were Monsieur de Rochester & Jane discussing?
For the most part Ferndean manor-house remained uninhabited/unfurnished.
Growing up; give me a kaleidoscope, yoyo or top I was quite content. Slinky & Hulu hoop well.
I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.
A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written romantic book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a huge set of unique characters to keep track of. It’s already been made into a fabulous color movie. I don’t usually write a review for classical books I read, but I continue to read them to this day. That said I will rate this book at 5 stars.
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Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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take this with me on my Kindle, is pure enjoyment.