Jane Eyre: Audio Edition is a fully-integrated text and audio eBook of Charlotte Bronte's masterpiece. Published in 1847 under the pseudonym Currer Bell, Jane Eyre delves into the ideas of feminism, social criticism, sexuality, morality, individuality, religion, and the ever-popular coming of age theme. This title includes an embedded table of contents and full audio to Jane Eyre.
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Excellent book and audio narrator
This book has always been among one of my favorites, but it is spun into something really excellent with Elizabeth Klett as the audio narrator. You can hear and know the different people speaking just from her ability and that stays consistent throughout. She communicates the feeling behind the words, the imagery meant to be imagined with heart and passion.
I hate this book.
Curse the day it was written! Curse my English teacher for assigning this book for summer reading! I hate this book on a personal level.
This is one of the best books I have ever read, along side sense and sensibility, I truly recommend it if not ever read before.