Jane Eyrotica

Jane Eyre has lived a sheltered, callous life.

Jane Eyrotica

Jane Eyrotica

Jane Eyre has lived a sheltered, callous life. Orphaned at a young age and despised by her remaining family, she is shipped off to Lowood School and can only dream of tenderness and affection. Upon accepting a governess position at Thornfield Hall, a world of passion, desire, and sex explodes before her naive eyes in the form of the brooding, dashing master of the house: Mr. Rochester. Jane finds herself succumbing to his savage, brutal lust and losing herself in the intense heat of her yearning. Jane believes that beneath Mr. Rochester's dark, handsome, and sometimes brutal exterior there must be a heart, and she is desperate to find love in his hungry caresses. But then, she discovers something in the attic . . . and her world is turned upside down forever. In this cleverly retold classic, sex collides with corsets in a burst of erotic, mash-up fiction, bringing the searing heat of Fifty Shades of Grey to the dark secrets of one of literature's finest novels, Jane Eyre.

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Jane Eyrotica
Language: un
Pages: 304
Authors: Charlotte Bronte, Karena Rose
Categories: Humor
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-10-17 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Jane Eyre has lived a sheltered, callous life. Orphaned at a young age and despised by her remaining family, she is shipped off to Lowood School and can only dream of tenderness and affection. Upon accepting a governess position at Thornfield Hall, a world of passion, desire, and sex explodes
The Brontesaurus
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: John Sutherland
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-11-03 - Publisher: Icon Books

Did Charlotte Brontë take opium? Did the Reverend Brontë carry a loaded pistol? What, precisely, does ‘wuthering’ mean? Distinguished literary critic John Sutherland takes an idiosyncratic look at the world of the Brontës, from the bumps on Charlotte’s head to the nefarious origins of Mr Rochester’s fortune, by way of
Charlotte Brontë
Language: en
Pages: 304
Authors: Amber K Regis, Deborah Wynne
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-07-21 - Publisher: Manchester University Press

Charlotte Brontë: legacies and afterlives is a timely reflection on the persistent fascination and creative engagement with Charlotte Brontë’s life and work. The new essays in this volume, which cover the period from Brontë’s first publication to the twenty-first century, explain why her work has endured in so many different
Why Women Read Fiction
Language: en
Pages: 224
Authors: Helen Taylor
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-12-05 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

Ian McEwan once said, 'When women stop reading, the novel will be dead.' This book explains how precious fiction is to contemporary women readers, and how they draw on it to tell the stories of their lives. Female readers are key to the future of fiction and—as parents, teachers, and
Postcolonial George Eliot
Language: en
Pages: 310
Authors: Oliver Lovesey
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-08-17 - Publisher: Springer

This book examines the range of the colonial imaginary in Eliot’s works, from the domestic and regional to ancient and speculative colonialisms. It challenges monolithic, hegemonic views of George Eliot — whose novelistic career paralleled the creation of British India — and also dismissals of the postcolonial as ahistorical. It

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