Bronte–288: Ch 17

Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, Chapter 17.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

You can take a look at how good, old school
muslin fabric looks, take a gander at the
jane austen museum that had the cool dress, read up on the
corsair/pirate niftiness or get some more dirt on
(I’d say “poor guy” but I don’t think he was…)

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2 thoughts on “Bronte–288: Ch 17

  1. Amanda B.

    Your discussion of the attraction to someone who is not conventionally attractive reminded me of this clip from Doctor Who. I think it is one of the best descriptions of this experience I have ever seen – it’s a lovely alternative to the idealized ‘love at first sight’ inherent in many popular romantic conventions.

    1. Admin Post author

      You’re SO right. That’s the best description I’ve seen. Nicely said, Ms. Pond. Nicely said.

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