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Revision Sessions - Year 11

Thursday Lunchtime – Poetry/Macbeth – Miss Fawcett Room 25

Thursday Lunchtime – Blood Brothers/ Macbeth/ Poetry/ J&H – Mrs Maher

Thursday Morning – Poetry / LOTF/ Jane Eyre / Macbeth – Room 25  – Mrs McHale… 47 more words

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Why Wide Sargasso Sea is on my must read list

Remember Jane Eyre?

It’s very well written. Charlotte Bronte was a woman of great intelligence who wrote sincerely; her one flaw was that she frightened of controversy- so Jane Eyre ends as a conventional love story, and poor old Lucy doesn’t marry Emanuel, likely because their intense attraction towards one another didn’t have anything acceptable to temper it. 1,362 more words

One Minute Book Review - Wild Island by Jennifer Livett

Wild Island by Jennifer Livett is set, for the greater part, in Van Diemen’s Land in the 1830s, a time when, although it was primarily penal settlement, some were beginning to envisage a different future for the colony. 255 more words

Book Reviews

The mad cat(s) in the attic

See, Mr Rochester wanted to marry Jane Eyre, however he was already married to a cat that lived in his attic. In the end, the cat escapes from the attic, burns down the house and gets lots of cuddles from everyone. A happy ending.

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Jane Eyre Manga Review

Another literary classic retold in manga form, this time we’re eyeing up social class, equality and crazy shit. Jane Eyre, for those of you unaware, is set in ye olde England in the late 1700’s to early 1800’s written by Charlotte Bronte. 2,318 more words

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Jane Eyre: Chapters 27-29

This post includes spoilers through chapter 29 of Jane Eyre.

Check out the #EyreAlong discussion on Twitter, if you haven’t already!

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Jane Eyre: At Hogwarts

My friend Casey sent me a link that sorted Jane Eyre characters into Hogwarts houses. It’s a pretty good post, and you should check it out, but I respectfully disagree with some of the sorting so I decided to do my own. 468 more words

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