Jane Eyre: Edição bilíngue português - inglês

Editora Landmark LTDA
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O livro conta a história da menina Jane, órfã de pai e mãe, vivendo infeliz em companhia de parentes que a detestam. Após uma série de confrontos, Jane é enviada para um colégio interno, onde conhece seus primeiros momentos de verdadeira felicidade. Crescida e formada como professora, ela decide procurar uma nova posição, e no Solar de Thornfield, passa a ser a tutora da jovem Adèle, pupila de Lord Rochester. Quando conhece Rochester, apaixona-se por ele, e ele por ela. Este lhe propõe casamento e ela aceita, mas no dia de seu casamento, Jane descobre um terrível mistério que assola o Solar de Thornfield. Desiludida, foge e após dias vagando sem destino é recolhida por St John Rivers e suas irmãs. É pedida em casamento por Rivers, entretanto hesita e, antes de dar uma resposta, decide descobrir o que acopnteceu com Lord Rochester, pois não teve mais notícias dele desde que fugiu de sua casa. Encontra-o ferido e sozinho no Solar de Thornfield, destruído, morando em companhia de empregados ainda fieis.
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Publisher
Editora Landmark LTDA
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Published on
Jan 1, 2012
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Pages
632
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ISBN
9788588781818
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Language
Portuguese
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / General
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