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Monika__29

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Posted: 24 September 2010 at 11:29am | IP Logged
I finished reading it 2 weeks ago for my English class. I disliked most of it and it took me ages to read it because I kept on falling asleep while reading it (I read in bed).

The only part I really liked is when Jane is leaving Mr. Rochester and Thornfields, because Mr. R becomes a more interesting character.

But apart from that, I couldn't stand the bookLOL

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Jane Eyre is a Classical book .The book is Special to me cause i won it as a prize in School in Story Telling Competion.
The Book Taught me few things like accept life as it is ,live it don't give up and u vl find a way to happiness for sure!!.

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I'm reading it right now; although it does get a little lengthy at times, it is indeed a very well written book and I love the way Rochester treats Jane. 


SPOILER!!!!! 

I'm at the point where Jane is about to marry R and finds out about his mad-ex-wife so R takes her to her chamber to show her that he wasn't wrong in wanting to marry her.




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i read the book but am not sure if i liked it .. parts of it are soooo sad that i was about to quit it but then went on somehow ... but yeah its a good read

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Jane Eyre I would recommend to everyone. Charlotte Bronte has used a vibrant and strong language in the book, which talks about a woman's life from the age of ten to twenty-two.


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Posted: 07 June 2011 at 10:38am | IP Logged
i enjoyed  reading it

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