Charlotte Bronte


i think this book is very unuassual and i would not like to reed this book a seconed time becouse it is suger

>>By sam   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)

How is the theme of the social classes of women portrayed in the novels Villette and Shirley?

>>By La   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)

I think Charlotte Bronte is one of the greatest authors of all time. Her works speak to the soul and if you cant see that, you must not be a very intellectual person. Jane Eyre is the best novel I've read. Her language use made me want to cry and laugh all in the same sentence. Maybe you should all try to read it again and this time let the book speak to you.

>>By lin   (Friday, 16 May 2003 03:46)

I loved Jane Eyre. Not at first... but later. I was in 5th grade or so the first time I read it. I found it long, difficult, boring, and depressing. But for some reason I didn't get rid of it. It lay in my bookshelf to be read whenever I couldn't stand the thought of reading my other books again. I don't know when it happened, but I started to enjoy the book. Sometime along the road I understood what happened and felt the emotions deeply. I must admit that I've always wanted Jane to run away with Mr. Rochester. And I do not like St. John Rivers.

>>By Aravwyn   (Saturday, 18 Oct 2003 03:54)

Can anyone tell me, is Jane Eyre part of the gothic genre?

I am currently reading Villette and enjoying it very much. Jane Eyre - of course - is a classic. I do not think (Arawwyn) that you are really supposed to like St John, merely to respect him for his notions of piety.

>>By Mme Bovary   (Monday, 23 Aug 2004 13:56)

Jane eyre is one of my fav books.Charlotter bronte is a genius though I prefer wuthering heights by her sister.

>>By butters   (Tuesday, 7 Sep 2004 22:20)

Jane Eyre is a classic...I fell in love with it the moment I began to read it...if you can't appreciate the comedy, tragedy, love, and despair in this novel...stick to picture books.

>>By Lita   (Thursday, 11 Nov 2004 19:54)

I ADORE Jane Eyre! Wow, when i started reading it i thought i wouldn't like it much, i waz mainly reading it to "expand my reading" but its an amazinggggg book, heart breaking, hilarious, and totally romantic all in one :D

>>By kestrel$   (Monday, 10 Apr 2006 18:30)

Jane Eyre is such a fascinating book,its applicable to today's society.But more so i doubt whether our today's girls can be as patient as Jane Eyre was in terms of love.I Liked Jane Eyre's character so much because beautywise,she wasn't attractive but she had every thing it took to win Mr.Rochester's heart.Our girls try this book.

>>By monica   (Thursday, 26 Jun 2008 15:22)

i`m just reading Jane Eyre for the second time and i can`t believe how great it is. I first read it in high school and although i enjoyed it, i don`t think i fully appreciated it. Now that i am older i just can`t get to stop reading it. I just wish it would never end. At the moment i`m pondering which i like best Jane Eyre or Wuthering Height. It`s amazing that there was so much talent in one family.

>>By omicron   (Sunday, 8 Mar 2009 12:41)

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