Annotations for Jane Eyre
Baker & Taylor
After a lonely childhood, young orphan Jane Eyre takes a post as a governess at Thornfield Hall, where she meets the enigmatic Mr. Rochester and uncovers a ghastly secret about the strange sounds that she hears. Simultaneous.
Baker & Taylor
In early nineteenth-century England, an orphaned young woman accepts employment as a governess at Thornfield Hall, a country estate owned by the mysteriously remote Mr. Rochester
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