Music : Jane Eyre theme  - The Thornfield -  by  John Williams Click to advance
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles - 1944 Virginia Bruce and Colin Clive - 1934
Mary Sinclair and Charlton Heston - 1949 Katharine Bard and Kevin McCarthy - 1952
Joan Elam and Patrick MacNee - 1957 Susannah York and George C..Scott - 1970
Sorcha Cusack and Michael Jayston - 1973 Zelah Clarke and Timothy Dalton - 1983
Samantha Morton and Ciaran Hinds - 1997 Charlotte Gainsbourg and William Hurt - 1996
 
Jane Eyre  by Charlotte Brontë, published by Smith, Elder & Company of London in 1847, is one of the most influential and ...
Title page of the first edition of  Jane Eyre   The End Thank you!
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Jane Eyre : Romance and Passion

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  1. Music : Jane Eyre theme - The Thornfield - by John Williams Click to advance
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  22. Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles - 1944 Virginia Bruce and Colin Clive - 1934
  23. Mary Sinclair and Charlton Heston - 1949 Katharine Bard and Kevin McCarthy - 1952
  24. Joan Elam and Patrick MacNee - 1957 Susannah York and George C..Scott - 1970
  25. Sorcha Cusack and Michael Jayston - 1973 Zelah Clarke and Timothy Dalton - 1983
  26. Samantha Morton and Ciaran Hinds - 1997 Charlotte Gainsbourg and William Hurt - 1996
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  28. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, published by Smith, Elder & Company of London in 1847, is one of the most influential and famous of English novels. Brontë first styled it Jane Eyre: An Autobiography under the pseudonym Currer Bell. It was an immediate critical and popular success. Especially effusive in his praise was William Makepeace Thackeray, to whom Brontë dedicated the novel's second edition, which was illustrated by F. H. Townsend.
  29. Title page of the first edition of Jane Eyre The End Thank you!

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