Explore Jane Eyre, Bronte Sisters, and more!

"They went, shutting the door and locking it behind them" (M. V. Wheelhouse, 1905)

They went, shutting the door; and locking it behind them - Jane Eyre Illustrated: M.

"The red-room was a square chamber." F. D. Bedford (1932) Bedford is my overall favorite illustrator of Jane Eyre.

"The red-room was a square chamber. Bedford Bedford is my overall favorite illustrator of Jane Eyre.

I tasted what they offered me  -  Jane Eyre Illustrated: E. Stuart Hardy

Jane Eyre E. Stuart Hardy, 1904 Jane finds salvation after leaving Thornfield Hall.

"Then dropped on one knee at his feet." F. D. Bedford (1932) Something of Jane's queer humor is visible in this illustration.

"Then dropped on one knee at his feet. Bedford Something of Jane's queer humor is visible in this illustration.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Illustrated by Monro Scott Orr. Novel first published published on October 16, 1847. Chapter 4: Caption reads: 'The marriage cannot go on, I declare the existence of an impediment!'.

What Jane Eyre Can Teach Women Today About

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Illustrated by Monro Scott Orr. Novel first published published on October Chapter Caption reads: 'The marriage cannot go on, I declare the existence of an impediment!

"Do you know where the wicked go after death?" (George Varian, 1902) ~ Jane Eyre

Examples of narrative essays about death Homepage > Writing Samples > Academic Writing Samples > Essay Samples > Narrative Essay Samples > Near Death. A narrative essay is a form of academic writing.

Jane Eyre and St John Rivers in a 1921 edition of Jane Eyre illustrated by Monro S. Orr.

All the characters in that book distinctly developed. Orr, from a 1921 edition of Jane Eyre.

Charlotte Gainsbourg (Jane Eyre) & William Hurt (Rochester) - Jane Eyre directed by Franco Zeffirelli (1996) #charlottebronte

Charlotte Gainsbourg (Jane Eyre) & William Hurt (Rochester) - Jane Eyre directed by Franco Zeffirelli

"Who is it? What is it? Who speaks?" F. D. Bedford (1932)

Jane Eyre F. Bedford, circa Jane and Mr. Rochester are reunited at Ferndean Hall.

Symbol: Helen Burns  Helen's last name is a symbol. The memory of Helen is "burned" into Jane's mind, which is shown through Jane coming back fifteen years later ti mark Helen's grave. Jane also writes on her grave the Latin word "Resurgam," meaning I will rise again.  This could be foreshadowing of Helen being present in Jane's life further on, or Helen rising up in Jane.

Jane Eyre and Helen Burns from my favorite book, Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. They are in their Lowood School frocks. Poor Helen has the "untidy badg. Jane Eyre and Helen Burns

The candles are the love that holds steady in the winds of life.

Happy 200th birthday Charlotte Brontë: illustrating Jane Eyre – in pictures

Marking the birthday of Charlotte Brontë this April, illustrator Santiago Caruso took on the task of bringing out the haunting elements of Jane Eyre, for a new edition due out on Brontë’s birthday

Pinterest
Search