Jane Eyre: Biblioteca de Grandes Escritores

IberiaLiteratura

Ebook con un sumario dinámico y detallado: Novela escrita por Charlotte Brontë, publicada en 1847, que —en el momento de su aparición— consiguió gran popularidad, encumbrando a la autora como una de las mejores novelistas románticas, y es hoy considerada un clásico de la literatura en lengua inglesa. La novela se tituló en principio Jane Eyre: una autobiografía y se publicó bajo el seudónimo de Currer Bell. Tuvo un éxito inmediato, tanto para los lectores como para la crítica. Uno de sus más acérrimos defensores fue el escritor William Makepeace Thackeray, al cual muchos atribuyeron la obra, pues la autora permaneció en el anonimato hasta un tiempo después de su publicación. Como agradecimiento, Charlotte le dedicó la segunda edición de su novela. Puede llegar a ser una autobiografía, ya que la autora tenía un amor secreto con un profesor belga llamado Constantin Heger.1 La novela es considerada una de las primeras novelas feministas.
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IberiaLiteratura
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Published on
Apr 10, 2015
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Pages
858
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ISBN
9783959281010
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Language
Spanish
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Fiction / General
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