When Jane becomes a governess at Thornfield Hall, her natural independence and energy are strengthened by the loneliness and cruelty of her early years. But when she learns of her cynical employer’s awful secret, she is forced to make a heartbreaking decision after falling in love with him. Every reader type has been captivated by “Jane Eyre” from its release in 1847, from the most critical and educated to the youngest and most overtly passionate. It is remembered as a stirring and evocative depiction of a woman’s struggle for self-respect and one of literature’s greatest achievements in narrative.
Author: Charlotte Brontë
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Anyone who allows me can have their emotions controlled.
I will make you ache, sigh, cry, laugh, and hurt.
But he is unaffected by my statements. Particularly not when I beg him to go.
He is constantly present, waiting and watching.
And I can’t help but stare.
Not now that I want him to approach.
Author: H. D. Carlton
Young, naive Catherine Morland discovers the pleasures of sophisticated society for the first time during a busy season at Bath. She is thrilled to meet provocative Isabella, who enjoys Gothic romance and horror just as much as Catherine, and refined Henry and Eleanor Tilney, who invite her to their father’s enigmatic home, Northanger Abbey. There, inspired by suspense and mystery novels, Catherine imagines General Tilney committing awful crimes. This is Jane Austen’s most nave and upbeat novel, with its broad comedy and unstoppable heroine.
Author: Jane Austen
Under the pen name “Ellis Bell,” Emily Bronte’s sole book, Wuthering Heights, was released in 1847. Between October 1845 and June 1846, it was written. Before the publication of their sister Charlotte Bronte’s book Jane Eyre, Thomas Newby accepted Wuthering Heights and Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte. Charlotte revised the Wuthering Heights manuscript after Emily’s passing, and she arranged for the revised version to be released as a second edition posthumously in 1850.
Author: Emily Bronte
(4) Little Women
Meg, the oldest, is about to fall in love. Jo, a tomboy who aspires to be a writer, is another. Finally, there is Amy, the youngest and most impressionable, who is always kind to others. They form the March sisters collectively. Their contagious Meg is the oldest and on the verge of falling in love, despite the fact that money is tight, circumstances are difficult, and their father is away at war. Jo, a tomboy who aspires to be a writer, is another. Finally, there is Amy, the youngest and most impressionable, who is always kind to others.
Author: Louisa May Alcott
(5) The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne is kicked out of the Boston society with a “A” for “adultery.” Hester resolutely opposes the puritanical town fathers’ attempts to find the father of her child, even being made to wear a vivid red badge of shame. The young mother is put under further stress when her long-absent husband returns because the enraged man hatches a long-term scheme to expose Hester’s adulterous lover and make him experience her shame.
Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne
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