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Jane Eyre is an orphan, sent to Lowood school, and eventually becomes a governess at Thornfield hall to a girl named Adele. While she is there, many strange things happen and eventually she and Edward Rochester, owner of Thornfeild and Adele's guardian, fall in love. Suddenly, when Jane is about to win the happiness she deserves, a dark secret comes to light, and it will take all of her courage, love and understanding to triumph. Written by
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Why do you confide in me like this? What are you and she to me? Do you think because I am poor and plain I have no feelings? I promise you... if God had gifted me with wealth and beauty, I should make it as hard for you to leave me now, as it is for me to leave you. But He did not. Yet my spirit can address yours, as if both had passed through the grave and stood before Him equal.
Let me go, sir.
I love you. I love you!
Please, don't make me foolish.
Foolish? I need you! What is Blanche ...
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This is the best version of the classic novel. one of my favorites. The music is superb from John Williams. A must for soundtrack lovers. Very very very very very very popular in China in the early 80's. A good Chinese dubbed version as well.
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