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  • Kelsie Wafer

    Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë one of my favorite classics!

  • V A N D E M O N O by D E S

    Mr. Rochester: "Sometimes I have the strangest feeling about you. Especially when you are near me as you are now. It feels as though I had a string tied here under my left rib where my heart is, tightly knotted to you in a similar fashion. And when you go to Ireland, with all that distance between us, I am afraid that this cord will be snapped, and I shall bleed inwardly." - Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - One of my favourite books. V

  • Beverly W. Byrne

    Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. A classic. One of my favorite books. Remember reading for the first time in about the 4th grade, have re-read it about a dozen times since:)

  • Beckie Borden McGee

    books worth reading

  • Lynn Davis

    Jane Eyre. Totally worth reading!

  • Debra Evans

    Jane Eyre. #reading #books #janeeyre

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