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Jane Eyre

Novel (1847) by Charlotte Brontë. The orphan Jane becomes governess to the ward of Mr Rochester. Employer and governess fight a mutual fascination until Jane agrees to marriage. The revelation that Mr Rochester already has a wife, the mad Bertha, who is imprisoned in his attic, causes Jane's flight. She returns to marry Rochester after Bertha has killed herself by setting the house on fire. In this ever popular book, romantic themes derive distinction from Brontë's powerful intellect and imagination

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