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Famous Authoresses 12p Stamp (1980) Charlotte Bronte (Jane Eyre)

“A miniature sheet of British Jane Eyre postage stamps. These stamps were issued on the death anniversary of Charlotte Bronte who died in March

Read, enjoy and rate my screenplay for a new Jane Eyre mini series! (Episode One) Amazon makes a movie from a new script depending on how much interest is shown: https://studios.amazon.com/projects/151030

Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre illustration: "What is it?" he asked.

Beautiful quote from JANE EYRE.  As I like to say, "Respect the classics, man!" -Filmore from CARS

"Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë Quote. Edward Fairfax Rochester has been my favourite character ever since I first read this book when I was 11 :')

Ch 5. Jane travels 50 miles to Lowood charity school for orphaned girls. Breakfast is burnt, mrs. Temple is kind but must follow mr brocklehurts strict rules. Jane befriends Helen Burns

Artwork by Fritz Eichenberg for Jane Eyre (Random House, Jane Eyre as a pupil in the "charitable" school, Lowood.

"He descended the one step, and advanced slowly and gropingly towards the grass-plat."

"He descended the one step, and advanced slowly and gropingly towards the grass-plat.

In chapter 26 Jane and Mr. Rochester's wedding is interrupted when a man named Mr. Briggs announces that Mr. Rochester is currently married. Mr. Rochester then is forced to tell Jane the truth and takes her to the attic where Bertha is.

In chapter 26 Jane and Mr. Rochester's wedding is interrupted when a man named Mr. Briggs announces that Mr. Rochester is currently married. Rochester then is forced to tell Jane the truth and takes her to the attic where Bertha is.

Curiouser and curiouser. Royal Mail honours Alice in Wonderland with special stamps.

*ALICE in WONDERLAND ~ Curiouser and curiouser. Royal Mail honours Alice in Wonderland with special stamps.

illustration by Munro Scott Orr (Scottish b.1874) for "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, edition published 1921

illustration by Munro Scott Orr (Scottish for "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, edition published 1921

Jane Eyre reading in a window seat. Woodcut by Fritz Eichenberg from 1943 edition of Jane Eyre.

Jane Eyre reading in a window seat. Woodcut by Fritz Eichenberg from 1943 edition of Jane Eyre.

"The couple were thus revealed to me clearly." Fritz Eichenberg (1947) Eichenberg is unusual among illustrators of Jane Eyre in that he twice chooses to depict Rochester's perspective; usually, the illustrators focus on Jane.

"The couple were thus revealed to me clearly." Fritz Eichenberg Eichenberg is unusual among illustrators of Jane Eyre in that he twice chooses to depict Rochester's perspective;

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