1) Jane Eyre
An abridged version of the story of an orphaned young English woman who accepts employment as a governess at Thornfield Hall, a country estate owned by the mysteriously remote Mr. Rochester.
Lucy Snowe makes her way by teaching, as she unhappily watches John Bretton's infatuation for the flirt, Ginevra Fanshawe, but then she falls in love with and transforms the professor, Monsieur Paul Emanuel.
An annotated edition of Jean Rhys's novel centered upon Bertha, the Jamaican madwoman in the attic in Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre"; includes several of Rhys's letters, a chronology, a selected bibliography, and works of criticism discussing such aspects of the novel as colonialism, race, and Caribbean culture.
4) Jane Eyre
Charlotte Bronte's classic story about an orphan who becomes governess of a mansion, and who carries a tormented love for a man named Mr. Rochester.