In all of English literature there are few heroines more put-upon than the title character of Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. Poor Jane is orphaned, mistreated by her guardian, abused at school. She witnesses the death of her best friend, then is dispatched to a gloomy mansion, Thornfield, to be a governess in a household haunted by rumors of madness and violence. She is immediately attracted to her employer, Edward Rochester, a chilly, difficult man who is involved with a heartless coquette. ...

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