Jane Eyre -Thoughts Through the Ending

The story takes off at the start of Chapter ten. This is where Jane passes from childhood dependence to slowly attaining her adult independence. She realizes she has to take charge of her future, for she is in control of it, and prepares for a change. But I want to step back for just a … Continue reading Jane Eyre -Thoughts Through the Ending

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Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – through Lowood School

Who knew? Who would have remotely guessed that I, a tomboy from childhood, only recently becoming feminine in the least, would find her absolute literary companion in a Romance novel from the 19th century in the form of Jane Eyre. Not I, I can assure you, but that is exactly what happened. So far, I … Continue reading Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – through Lowood School

Jane Eyre, A Reflection

Oh dear Reader, how I urge you to read this novel. I write this only moments after listening to the final words of this literary masterpiece. How is it this book has struck such a deep and resounding cord in the depth of my being? This, after all the trash talking and eye rolling the … Continue reading Jane Eyre, A Reflection

Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – Before Completing the Book

I'm currently reading Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë, for the first time (yes, it was assigned reading in high school, but I must admit to never reading it then). I've recently come to own the novel in this volume, which is absolutely beautiful: It also contains work from two of Charlotte's sisters, Anne (Agnes Grey), … Continue reading Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – Before Completing the Book

A Jane Eyre Journal

Dear Readers, Please delight in another rendition of insights into the 19th century masterpiece gothic romance/bildungsroman narrative of Jane Eyre, penned precisely by the brilliant authoress Charlotte Brontë. This post will be quite long, I assure you, and you may not want to read it if you’ve not yet experienced the story for yourself. After eight … Continue reading A Jane Eyre Journal

Jane Eyre VS Rebecca – A Comparative Review

Today is the day, after reading two excellent books, that I bend my brain comparing the two to see what sort of connections I can draw between them. I should be honest and say that I haven't read or heard really anything comparing the two, except simply that they often are. I've never done something … Continue reading Jane Eyre VS Rebecca – A Comparative Review