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This is the full story of this classic story, written in quick modern English for a fast-paced read. The illustrations are beautiful and evocative and bring to life one of our favourite classics. The Classical Comic series acts as an aid to understanding the text of some of our great literature, making it an accessible and enjoyable read as well as a lovely gift.
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In the early 1800s, Jane Eyre's parents die - leaving young Jane to be looked after by her uncle and aunt; but after the death of her uncle, her aunt and cousins make her life truly miserable. Surely, being sent away to school could only improve things?
Charlotte BrÅ‘nte’s classic 1847 novel follows the life of Jane Eyre from turbulent childhood into the heartaches of adulthood, and is reminiscent of the author's own experiences. It was written at the dawn of feminism, when female authors were rare, and books about the lives of women even rarer.
This graphic novel adaptation presents the classic story through beautiful hand-painted artwork by the English artist John M. Burns, giving you a truly wonderful and fulfilling reading experience that you'll want to return to again and again.
Closing date: 11/10/2018
Publication date: 29/09/2008
Publisher: Classical Comics Ltd
|Publication date:||29th September 2008|
|Publisher:||Classical Comics Ltd|
|Genres:||NewGen - YA Fiction, Family Drama, Historical Fiction,|
|Categories:||Comic strip fiction / graphic novels (Children's / Teenage), Graphic novels: literary & memoirs, Classic fiction (pre c 1945),|
Charlotte Bronté lived from 1816 to 1855. In 1824 she was sent away to school with her four sisters and they were treated so badly that their father brought them home to Haworth in Yorkshire. The elder two sisters died within a few days and Charlotte and her sisters Emily and Anne were brought up in the isolated village. They were often lonely and loved to walk on the moors. They were all great readers and soon began to write small pieces of verse and stories. Once Charlotte’s informal education was over she began to ...More About Charlotte Bronte