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Orphaned as a young child, Jane Eyre has an unhappy start to life living with her cruel aunt and cousins and later enduring the hardships of Lowood school. After taking up a post as a governess, her life begins to improve, helped by her growing friendship with Mr Rochester, her surly employer. But can she achieve true happiness in a place filled with dark secrets?
With Fact Files on Charlotte Brontë, and women and children in Victorian England.
Level 2 (Pre-intermediate–Intermediate): For students with 2–3 years of English – CEF Stage A2. 1000 headwords (story: up to 7,000 words)
Scholastic ELT Secondary Readers are a series of contemporary film and TV adaptations, original teenage fiction, classic literature and biographies. Specifically targeted at teenagers learning English, they are published at five levels following a carefully graded syllabus.
May 5th, 2008
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