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Jane Eyre (Painted Edition)

Jane Eyre (Painted Edition)

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by Bronte, Charlotte | Fiction & related items
Published 08/12/2022 by HarperCollins Focus (Harper Muse) in the United States as part of the Harper Muse Classics: Painted Editions series
Hardback | 656 pages
160 x 241 x 48mm | 1294g

Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre is now available in a fine exclusive collector's edition featuring beautiful cover art from artist Laci Fowler and distinctive interior treatments, making it ideal for fiction lovers and book collectors alike. Each collectible volume will be the perfect addition to any well-appointed library. The Harper Muse Classics: Painted Edition of Jane Eyre is perfect for special-edition book collectors, Charlotte Bronte lovers, fans of literary fiction and classic literature, and people who love both the book and the cinematic adaptations it inspired.

Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte's first published novel, centers on the title character as she struggles to escape the hardships of her childhood, eventually finding work as a governess at the sprawling Thornfield Hall. Her new life there is derailed when she falls in love with her mysterious employer, Mr. Rochester. Ahead of its time with its themes of feminism and religion, Jane Eyre is considered one of the greatest romance novels of all time.

Whether you're buying this as a gift or for yourself, this remarkable edition features:A beautiful high-end hardcover featuring Laci Fowler's distinctive hand-painted art, perfect for standing out on any discerning fiction-lover's bookshelfDecorative interior pages featuring pull quotes distributed throughoutMatching ribbon marker and gold page edgesPart of a 4-volume collection including Persuasion, Little Women, and The Mysterious Affair at Styles.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a title in the Harper Muse Classics: Painted Editions collection and is being released alongside Persuasion (Jane Austen), Little Women (Louisa May Alcott), and The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Agatha Christie).

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