|aJane Eyre /|cCharlotte Brontë ; with and introduction by Meg Cabot.
|aNew York :|bScholastic Inc.,|cc2003.
|a501 p. ;|c18 cm.
|a"Jane, a plain and penniless orphan in nineteenth-century England, accepts employment as a governess at Thornfield Hall and soon finds herself in love with her melancholy employer, Mr. Edward Rochester, a man with a terrible secret."
Bronte''s unforgettable story of romance and deception, now with an introduction by Meg CabotOrphaned in childhood and despised by the cruel aunt who is her only known relative, Jane Eyre has no one but herself to trust. Unaided by money, family, or beauty, Jane relies on her intelligence and integrity to help her survive.After Jane secures a position as governess in mysterious, beautiful Thornfield mansion, she becomes deeply enmeshed with her moody employer, Mr. Rochester. But Rochester guards a dark and terrible secret-a secret that will force Jane to choose between the principles that define her and the only love she has ever known.