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Jane Eyre
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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282Mikado
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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This is the first book I reviewed on Litsy two years ago; and with this reread I love it even more. No one writes or speaks like this anymore. The story is captivating, the details pure, the dialog priceless. This is an all-time favorite. I know I will read it again.

Dostoyes I loved that about it too - just the way she wrote and the characters spoke. It transported me to another time and place! 6d
Pip2 I am about 3/4 through the novel and it has resemblances of differing books I have read in the past. The eloquence of the dialogue within certain impoverished scenes, reminds me sometimes of Hugo, or when I am transcended to a more pastoral scene I feel like Hardy‘s hand is penning the page. Or during the scene of quaint but sophisticated and humble enjoyment I am transported to Howard‘s End. This is a must read for anyone. #Dostoyes 6d
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Catching up on Sundays with Jane Eyre in my quick respite while my mother-in-law has the kids. I'm loving revisiting Jane Eyre with The Rosenbach! They have so many amazing academics on to discuss. I'd recommend for all the #pemberlittens!

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWR9Pkh4eGAm68T1p343Hk7UJSPNmozae

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ShyBookOwl
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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New wall art to hang above one of my bookshelves 📚❤

kplovesbooks OMG. Even better!! 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 1mo
La_Cori Great quote! And I love the art, so simple but beautiful ❤ 1mo
ShyBookOwl @kplovesbooks haha this one is my favourite too 😍 1mo
ShyBookOwl @La_Cori Thank you! 1mo
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ayaisreading
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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i finally have the luxury (and time) to read this. it's quite a hard one to find in local bookstores, but i bet it's worth it.

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erzascarletbookgasm
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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#GratefulHarvest

Love the iconic Penguin #Orange Collection of books (fiction), and the mugs are just perfect! 👌

Nute Lovely collections!🙂🧡 2mo
erzascarletbookgasm Oh no, I must add that images are from Penguin shop website and Pinterest. I agree these are very lovely, Kimberley @Nute 2mo
Eggs Gorgeous collections 🧡🖤🧡 2mo
Kdgordon88 I could look at this all day! It just makes you smile 😀 2mo
marleed Oh my gosh! 2mo
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wordslinger42
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Taking a break from school reading to revisit this classic 💜

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Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Gissy
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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I read this one long time ago so this re-read was like the first time. This novel can be annoying and controversial in the treatment/position of women in that era; religion; and the cheesy romance we see. But maybe I love it because of that, a general overview of the era. Jane was different, trying to be genuine, independent even in that historical circumstance. Still she lived in the era, so you will see those traces. I still loved it 5⭐️

Gissy Live these editions.I read the edition in the center. Still want some other pretty editions.
Reading hours 19x10 points=190 points
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#AutumnalWitchReadathon (read with candle)
#Victober (5 prompts)
#GR52BooksAround2021 prompt #37
Late March #Thatsclassic (I hope it counts) ⬇️
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Gissy @LeahBergen Thank you!🤗 3mo
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Leftcoastzen
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Visited one of the smaller format Barnes & Noble for the first time.Opened first of September, still had new wood smell. They had their fancy classics displayed beautifully!

wildwoodreads Gorgeous 😍 4mo
Ruthiella Nice! 😍 4mo
Desha Is this a new type of Barnes and Noble that will be coming out elsewhere or is the smaller format just where you are? 📚📚📚 4mo
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Leftcoastzen @Desha I have heard they are opening smaller format stores all around the U.S. this was the first in the Phoenix,Az metropolitan area I believe. Eyeballing it maybe a 3rd of the size of the previous store , no cafe , smaller assortment of magazines. 4mo
Leftcoastzen @Desha I think someone on Litsy is the manager of this new format coming to Coral Springs ,Fl. https://www.tapinto.net/towns/coral-springs/sections/business-and-finance/articl... 4mo
Desha Thank you so much for linking the article and for the info! I‘m glad for anything that adds more bookstores! We only have two within a large area where I live and I wish there were more!! ♥️📚📚📚 4mo
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Cathyloves2read
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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To say I waited a long time to read this book would be an understatement. I heard so much about it! It didn‘t disappoint. Although it was written in the late 1800‘s, the story contained enough scandals and intrigue to keep me reading. It was also a love story in part. It‘s one of the first classics I‘ve ever read. Now I understand how it withstood the test of time. What should my next classic read be?

slategreyskies I‘ve actually never read this. I keep meaning to, but then I never get around to it. Moving it up my TBR now! :) 4mo
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bibliobliss
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront

“You are good to those who are good to you. […] If people were always kind and obedient to those who are cruel and unjust, the wicked people would have it all their own way: they would never feel afraid, and they would never alter, but would grow worse and worse. When we are struck at without a reason, we should strike back again very hard; I am sure we should—so hard as to teach the person who has struck us never to do it again.”

#bookblurbs

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bibliobliss
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Please…someone…tell me it gets better. 60 pages & I‘m almost snoring over here

#currentlyreading

wanderinglynn Sorry, but I never liked Jane Eyre. 🤷🏼‍♀️ 4mo
bibliobliss @wanderinglynn it‘s not grabbing me at all 😐 4mo
jewright It does have a slow start, but it‘s one of my favorite classic novels. 4mo
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bthegood I bailed on this one - just could not get into it - 4mo
bibliobliss @jewright I‘m going ahead with it for now, hoping it will get better for me 🙂 4mo
bibliobliss @bthegood I understand that (at least so far) 4mo
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Kimberlone
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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#FallTreasures #Day18 #19thCentury

I got these beautiful hardcover editions of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights at my local used book store for about $9 each. Inside are very gothic looking wood engraving illustrations (in the same style as the covers) by Fritz Eichenberg. Personally, I don‘t care for the narcissistic lovers of Wuthering Heights. Jane Eyre is such an empowered and admirable heroine compared to vindictive, lovesick Cathy.

BiblioLitten Wow! 4mo
Palimpsest Wow, lucky find! Gorgeous editions. 4mo
Eggs Beautiful 🖤❤️🖤 4mo
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KCofKaysville My mom had that edition @Kimberlone 4mo
Lcsmcat I have these editions. And while I like Jane Eyre better than Wuthering Heights too, I think that if you think of WH as a revenge story, not a love story, it makes more sense. 4mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 🙌🏻📚👍🏻 4mo
Eggs 💙💙💙 4mo
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ShyBookOwl
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Crochet & Jane Eyre. It's certainly shaping up to be a cozy autumn. #audiocrochet 🎧📖🧶

As usual, I love Jane Eyre, and want so much more for her than freaking Rochester 😒 lol And Justice for Bertha while I'm at it! Sigh. Such is 1847 though.

Emilymdxn This looks so dreamy! 4mo
ravenlee What‘s your crochet project? It looks lovely. 4mo
ShyBookOwl @ravenlee Thanks! It will eventually be a mesh sweater 😊 4mo
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ShyBookOwl @Emilymdxn 😌 if only I didn't have to keep breaking to work lol 4mo
Blh87 I need to know where you got that tissue box cover!!! 4mo
ShyBookOwl @Blh87 Amazon 🤷🏽‍♀️Tosnail Elegant Wooden Antique Book Tissue Holder Dispenser/Novelty Napkin Holder https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01EHIXKWA/ref=cm_sw_r_apanp_FAd53BLKCZhAc 4mo
Blh87 @ShyBookOwl oh my goodness, BLESS YOU! 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty ❤️ 4mo
ShyBookOwl @Blh87 😂 you're welcome! 4mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @ShyBookOwl you‘re welcome! 4mo
hissingpotatoes I'm so glad I'm not the only one with serious problems with Jane and Rochester's relationship! 4mo
ShyBookOwl @hissingpotatoes Right?! I always feel the need to justify why I love this book DESPITE the ending lol it's wildly problematic but also weirdly progressive for its time. My dream is to write a version where he's the villain and Jane and Bertha escape together 😂 4mo
hissingpotatoes @ShyBookOwl I would be first in line to read it! 4mo
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ShyBookOwl
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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My current migraine/BPPV- comfort read 🖤

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Schwifty
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Mehso-so

Sometimes I read the classics to see what all the fuss is about or to appreciate the original when I find references to them elsewhere. But like Pride and Prejudice, I have no strong feeling about this; it doesn‘t speak to me. I could sort of identify with Jane as a boarding school student as I also had to experience that growing up (and it‘s mostly unpleasant). Also I feel like this is perhaps the precursor to the teen paranormal romance novel.

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Sharv_Sona
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I really liked this book, as it had romance, and it encourages feminism and being independent. I would recommend it to anyone and everyone who likes a bit of romance and people that are looking for books about people finding, longing and respect for themselves as well.

(Fan art isn't mine, there weren't any credits)

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Sharv_Sona
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Dear god I ship them so hard!!!!

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Sharv_Sona
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront

“I will try my best: it is a pity that doing one‘s best does not always answer”

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This whole page... 🥺😭 I also figured out the “Resurgam” is a Latin term for ‘I will rise again‘.

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Graciouswarriorprincess
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Yesterday was a fun literary field trip day with my friend, Laura @alleyfam . We visited bookstores in Asheboro, Greensboro and Winston Salem.

@bookmarksnc and @poppyseedprovisions sponsored an adult book fair. I met @elleryadamsofficial , @arrow_reads and @am.jammin.books there.

So much fun ! Most of the books will go into the @littlefreelibrary in the pile with the exception of Little Women and Beth & Amy.

MallenNC How fun! What store did you go to in asheboro? 5mo
MallenNC @Graciouswarriorprincess Ok. My mom lives near Asheboro so I go there pretty frequently. I was wondering if there was a shop I didn‘t know about! 5mo
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tracey38 Oh how fun! Only a little ways from me. Glad you all met up and had a good time! 5mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @tracey38 Where do you live? 5mo
tracey38 @Graciouswarriorprincess the Raleigh area. 5mo
Graciouswarriorprincess @tracey38 I live in Durham. 5mo
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TheBookHippie
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Jane is head counselor teaching survival skills to the girls. #litsysummercamp

🤍

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Zoes_Human
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Immersive and atmospheric. Hated the ending.

(Additional commentary under spoiler tag in comments.)

Zoes_Human I did NOT want her getting back together with Rochester. The lying, the gaslighting, the threat of violence. Also we only have HIS version about the wife locked in the attic, which is the least of his issues. 6mo
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Zoes_Human
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I have the best edition of Jane Eyre.

BookishMarginalia That‘s quite a cover and a tag line. 6mo
Leftcoastzen Love those old paperback covers! 6mo
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Zoes_Human
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“Conventionality is not morality. Self-righteousness is not religion. To attack the first is not to assail the last.”

—Currer Bell, from the 1847 introduction to the 2nd edition of Jane Eyre

BookishMarginalia Hear hear! 6mo
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Iszy
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“I do not think, sir, you have any right to command me, merely because you are older than I, or because you have seen more of the world than I have; your claim to superiority depends on the use you have made of your time and experience."

Sing it, Jane. You tell him, you strong and awesome woman, you!

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megnews
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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I haven‘t read Jane Eyre in so long! Very excited to join the #eyrereadalong hosted by @peanutnine !

peanutnine Yay!! It's gonna be great! ☺️ 7mo
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suvata
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Coming in July three dark, gothic books. Yay!

#ReadAlong #BookClub #LMPBC

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AliD73
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lonelybluenights
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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I feel like I should be dressed up and drinking tea from a vintage tea set while reading this book, but sweats covered in cat hair is the best I can do right now. 😹

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TheBookHippie
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HBD to Charlotte Bronte 🤍

Liatrek ❤️ 9mo
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kezzlou85
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Thanks for the tag @MoonWitch94 #ThoughtfulThursday
Yes Jane Eyre I've read a few times
Cover art often catches my eye and I love a pretty book.
The crossing places by Elly Griffiths makes me think of beaches and the countryside around here.
I tag anyone who wants to play.

MoonWitch94 You‘re welcome! Thanks for playing ☺️📚🌿 9mo
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j9brown
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Check out this beat up old paperback, it's one rough bookbag trip away from falling apart!
♥️♥️♥️ Definitely appreciated this so much more this time around. #thatsclassic
I want to say more but I haven't been feeling very bookish this month. Like, I loved the writing, but it took me a long long time to finish
I did make an impulse buy at b&n this weekend, though, so that's a good sign! 🤗

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Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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This is another light pick for me. Not a bad classic, but a bit long and rather slow chain of events.

I appreciate that Jane remains headstrong despite a rather suffocating upbringing and that she remains true to herself throughout.

Rochester was boring & when his truth is revealed, even though it should be disturbing, I couldn't help but laugh! Finally, Eddie, you are interesting!

This is not a romance. This felt like two people, ⬇️

Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Who experienced enough of life, meet up and decide life together forever couldn't be worse than their lot up until now, so why the hell not get together?!

The writing didn't feel too stodgy but I was glad I listened to the audio to reply help get the meanings & emotions of some phrases. At least I'm one book close to be being "well read".
#thatsclassic @Annie1215
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Annie1215 I am here for this whole review lol, I also found the big reveal hilarious 10mo
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ravenlee I‘ve never gotten the obsession with this book. It‘s fine. My MIL and SIL think Rochester is the quintessential romantic hero, and I‘m just here like 🤨. 10mo
TheAromaofBooks I've never been able to get through this one... although I'll admit I haven't tried very hard 😂 10mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @TheAromaofBooks That was me with A Tale of Two Cities. First chapter: Great! You have my attention, let's do this. By chapter 5, my attention kept waning. I think I realized all was lost around chapter 13 the first time and 11 the second time. It just wasn't the right time to try it. 10mo
Bookzombie I think the first time I read Jane Eyre I was a very young teen and I thought like @ravenlee ‘s MIL and SIL. This was also emphasized by the Timothy Dalton movie I saw at about the same time. I still love the story, but I don‘t see it in the same way now. 10mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @ravenlee Maybe they were dreaming of a carefree life in an attic? 10mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick @Bookzombie I admit, a hot actor might persuade me to be Team Rochester because I'm very visual, especially when I was younger, but I didn't pick up on anything romantic. I think I need more actions than words. Stolen glances and inviting another woman to your estate and spending all your time with her only declare your feelings for me later just hits different. 10mo
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Annie1215
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Today #thatsclassic says goodbye to one Brontë and welcomes another.

It‘s our final day with Jane Eyre. What is your final rating on this one? Where does this one rank among others we‘ve read so far?

I appreciated this the first time I read because it existed in a similar world to the 19th century female authors I was discovering but had a different tone than so many others I‘d read.

Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick I haven't posted a review yet, but I think I'm giving this 3.5 stars (from 5). I never read this before so I appreciated that Jane was rather headstrong and focused on herself, but seeing this pop up on lists as a great romance just baffles me. Not a bad way to spend some audiobook time. 10mo
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Pauline888888
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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The character of “Jane Eyre“ transformed me into an independent, ardent individual who loves being educated.
I read it at the age of 18 and I just loved it.

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Annie1215
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Checking in on my #thatsclassic readers

The month is almost over, have you finished yet?

You can‘t come out of this read and think about the word attic the same. How was this plot twist for you? Did it shock you? Did you figure it out before the reveal?

EdnaC I wasn‘t surprised but the twist was sort of the only thing I knew about this book before I started reading it. ;) 10mo
Annie1215 @EdnaC ahh! So how did the rest of plot supporting the twist land for you? 10mo
EdnaC @Annie1215 I enjoyed the journey to get there. Jane‘s childhood made me very sad. 10mo
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Jess Even though this is my first read, I already knew the twist. It didn‘t diminish my love for this book though. My favorite of our picks so far this year. 10mo
Annie1215 @Jess that‘s great! I‘m so glad 10mo
sb3626 Okay I am bringing it with me into next month. I am only a few chapters into it as of right now 🙈 10mo
Annie1215 @sb3626 That‘s totally okay! The benefits of a low stakes book club. I also think the count of Monte Cristo set us all up to be behind 😂 10mo
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Philonist
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"I would always rather be happy than dignified."

"I do not think, sir, you have any right to command me, merely because you are older than I, or because you have seen more of the world that I have; your claim to superiority depends on the use you have made of your time and experience."?

How can I not love this novel?

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bthegood
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I just could not get invested. I thoroughly enjoyed Dracula, Tale of Two Cities and 1984, so I'll continue to try #ThatsClassic.
 @Annie1215
Did read 2 hours today, so far so good #workingfortheweekendmarathon

Annie1215 Thanks for trying! Better luck next month 😃 10mo
bthegood @Annie1215 thx 🙂 10mo
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick They can't all be great! I finished but it was just OK. 10mo
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JenlovesJT47
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I recently finished reading Jane Eyre for the first time for #thatsclassic and I was...underwhelmed. I really enjoyed the first half of the book. Then I found myself getting more and more annoyed the longer I kept reading. I don‘t want to post a bunch of spoilers but Jane started getting on my nerves. Certain things were wrapped up too neatly. I‘m also baffled why she spent so much time talking about John at the end ⬇️ spoiler below:

JenlovesJT47 Her (super convenient to the plot that she just happens to stumble onto the doorstep of her only living relatives, half dead with hunger) cousin John was such an ass! Yet the book actually ends with her talking about John of all people, which I don‘t get. I also hated the whole trope of Mr. Rochester being maimed as some supernatural way of punishing him for deceiving Jane. The religious overtones highly annoyed me. I still think it‘s worth ⬇️ 10mo
JenlovesJT47 Reading at least once, I was just not overly impressed. But at least I can finally mark this off my TBR! 3⭐️ 10mo
LiteraryinLawrence Yeah, I don‘t disagree with you. It‘s been a while since I read it and I have not felt like I needed a reread, but I have friends who LOVE this one! 🤷🏻‍♀️ (edited) 10mo
JenlovesJT47 @LiteraryinLititz yeah I don‘t get it! 🤷🏻‍♀️ I was really enjoying it for the first 20 chapters or so and I do totally buy the fact that she and Mr. Rochester are definitely in love. It just took a sharp turn south when she (stupidly imo) took off ill-prepared when you know he would have happily found another job for her. Then it just kept going downhill from there. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 10mo
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bthegood
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#workingfortheweekendmarathon
In order to not let the work week get most of my time,
will attempt 3 hours a day from Monday 3/22 through Thursday 3/25!

Make a great day everyone!

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Annie1215
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Pickpick

#thatsclassic

We‘re at the end of week 3 for our March pick. This was a re-read for me and it was as good as I remember.

My thought/question of the week is: the Gypsy scene is so strange. What are some equally strange scenes from a book that come to mind?

This one always makes me laugh when I watch the film (miniseries?)adaptation.

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Powered_By_Plants
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🤯 wow what an incredible read , beautifully written, emotional and inspirational for its time. I completely fell in love with Jane , her strength, determination and resilience after everything she endured. I loved the narration ‘dear reader‘ it made it very personal.
I‘m a total sucker for a bit of romance and couldn‘t help but smile with the love they share , just how love should be, not materialistic or shallow . loved it! 🥰
#thatsclassic

Annie1215 So glad you loved it! Thanks for reading along! 10mo
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Powered_By_Plants
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“I will attire my Jane in satin and lace, and she shall have roses in her hair and I will cover the head I love best with a priceless veil. ' 'And then you won't know me, sir, and I shall not be your Jane Eyre any longer, but an ape in a harlequin's jacket, -a jay in borrowed plumes.

Just when I thought I couldn‘t love Jane any more . I am loving this read 🥰 , why have a I waited so long to read this classic.
#thatsclassic

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Annie1215
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Happy end of week 2 #thatsclassic readers

How‘s is it coming along for you?

A thought I had today was the differences and similarities between Austen and the Brontes. There‘s such a different type of angst. Can the difference in time when they were writing be responsible for that or is it purely style choices?

What similarities and differences do you see between the Brontes and other women of the time?

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bthegood
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So glad my parents showed me the joy of reading - have all my books for book clubs -
#ThatsClassic - Jane Eyre -
#litsybookclub - The Engineers Wife
Reading 2nd of 3 of the Extinction Trials (just for me)
Waiting to read Green Mile for #LosersClub #LosersClub2021 (goal is to finish Harry Potter Order of the Phoenix #potteraday is helping me remember the previous books)
Reading We Came Here to Shine for on ground club.
Make a great day everyone.

eeclayton So true! 10mo
Sargar114 Love this! This was one of our number one goal for our boys...so far I think we‘re successful since even if we get bad feedback from their teachers at daycare, they always mention their love of books 10mo
bthegood @Sargar114 🙂 @eeclayton 👍 (edited) 10mo
Just_reading Yes! 10mo
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