Author(s): Charlotte Bronte
Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte’s tale of an orphan-turned-governess who falls in love with her employer, is a classic work of literature that has been a favorite since its publication in 1847. Full of tragedy, passion, and even hints of the supernatural, Jane’s story is a captivating social commentary on gender and class in the Victorian era.
A Novel Journal: Jane Eyre will delight fans of this literary staple. With pages lined by tiny text containing the entire novel, new writers can draw inspiration from this classic work. Perfect for daily journaling or drafting the next classic, this homage to Bronte’s masterpiece adds an element of excitement to any writing project.
Packaged in a luxurious heat-burnished cover with illustrated endpapers and a colored elastic band to close pages tight, this book is a great gift or collectible for fans of Jane Eyre.
Charlotte Bronte (1816 - 1855) was born in Yorkshire and was the third of six children and the oldest of the three well-known novelist and poet Bronte sisters. Bronte published several novels; however "Jane Eyre" remains her most famous literary work.