Jane's aunt and cousin detest her. Life at Lowood School is cruel and dangerous. What inner strength can the young Jane find? Seeking adventure and independence, Jane sets out alone. Is her new master, Mr Rochester, all that he seems? What secret does he keep locked in the third storey, where strange laughter haunts the nights? In her search for affection, Jane faces horror, cruelty, poverty and temptation. Is she strong enough to do what is right? Will she ever mean anything more to anybody than poor, plain Jane Eyre?
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Charlotte Bronte was born in 1816, the third of six children in a very talented family. Bronte wrote and published this book using a male pseudonym: Currer Bell. Released to critical acclaim, it became one of the most successful novels of the Victorian era.More about Charlotte Bronte