Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte

Good Morning Dear Readers,Today I'm going to tell you about Jane Eyre my next all time favourite book after P & P..The author is Charlotte Bronte...I read the E-Book initially .....Now can't resist to get a copy of my own...The protagonist Jane,A girl with out parents taken care by her Aunt Mrs. Reed who don't like her at all and feels her as a burden...Jane was caste away from the Reed family and then she grew up in an orphanage where she was treated very violently...Finally now she is a teenager and an independent girl.She is appointed as a Governess to a french girl Adele,She is a ward of Mr.Rochester of Thornfield Hall....

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I read this book with some patience initially..But the moment Mr.Edward Fairfax Rochester arrives,All of sudden the story takes a great turn....The narration of the dark side of his life,his violent nature,his recklessness,his passion with in,his kindness,all these qualities portraits him as a very interesting person...The way he intentionally ignores Jane in presence of Miss.Ingram is one more important part of the story which make us feel confused about his characterization...When Jane discovers the dark secret of his life,the story takes so many turns but finally its a happy ending..

The conversations between Jane and Mr.Rochester were really awesome,indeed heart of the book...I recently watched the movie and it was simply simply awesome...:-) Michael Fassbender is the perfect Mr.Rochester with his grace and ease in playing the typical role....And Mia Wasikowska is just as cute as Jane,I imagined....They are a magic together in the movie...

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Apart from the actors the British style of living,the misty landscapes and the breath taking sceneries are eye feast for the viewers...The movie can not discuss in detail about each and every role but succeeded in presenting Jane Eyre book very well....But I suggest you to read the book to feel the depth of the story...A must keep collection for those who like to read and watch the Tales of love....:-)..have fun and enjoy....

6 comments:

Sandhya said...

In the first pic which you have posted, than the book, I liked the pic of Tikku which is there in the photo frame.. :) lovely kid ever.. Ummmmma... to him... :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

ha..ha...Thank you....Will pass ur "Ummmmmaaaa" to him...He was 7 months old then...:-) tiny fellow...

Dee........ said...

Interesting !
have heard about Jane Eyre, Informative :D

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

Thanks Dee..Watch the movie..It is very slow but wonderful picturisation..:-)

Sunaina said...

Jane Eyre! One of my favourite classics. And of course, it is a beautiful book.

Talking about Edward, he is one interesting character in the book. Isn't he?

Lovely book! :-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

Hi Sunaina,
Welcome to my blog..:-)yeah it a wonderful book..I was quite fascinated by Edward's character..:-)Thanks a lot for dropping by..:-)