Jane Eyre (1934): An Essay

Charlotte Brontë’s dark and brooding story of an abused orphan who becomes the self-possessed governess to a little girl in a strange family comes to the screen stripped of its 19th century social criticisms and laid bare as a pure Rom Com.

Blogger Java Bean Rush delves into the 1934 movie in this essay. More

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"Java's Journey: A really fun, informative well-written blog that explores all of the things - and I mean all - I love about classic films."
-- Flick Chick of A Person In The Dark

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