- Published: various publishers, 1847.
- Year Published: 1847
- Description: 284 p.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 890
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At first this book is a bit difficult to read at first, but after you get past the first few chapters you really get engaged into it. It shares a good lesson that you don't have to be beautiful and perfect to be a heroine and you don't have to meet the ideal prince to be happy. Charlotte writes in a way to really get your own feelings involved and therefore keeps you entranced even in parts that are sad or action-less. Even if it is almost 500 pages, I was sad when it was over.
Jane Eyre is an amazing but sad book.
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