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"Will you fill the teapot while I knit off this needle?" (Illustration by Monro S. Orr from 'Jane Eyre', 1927)

illustration by Munro Scott Orr (Scottish for "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, edition published 1921

Chapter 8: Being publicly shamed, Jane find comfort in Helen. The girls visit with Mrs Temple who shares food with them and promises to clear Jane's name. She does so with help from Mr Lloyd from back home.

Chapter Being publicly shamed, Jane find comfort in Helen. The girls visit with Mrs Temple who shares food with them and promises to clear Jane's name. She does so with help from Mr Lloyd from back home.

"I endeavoured to catch the bridle." F. D. Bedford (1932)

"I endeavoured to catch the bridle.

Bertha Mason, Edward Rochester's first wife and a madwoman from the attic from Jane Eyre

Bertha Mason, Edward Rochester's first wife is illustrated here as a whimsical and elusive creature. The gothic element of the supernatural is evoked her, giving her witchy locks and a knowing smirk.

"He laid a heavy hand on my shoulder, and leaning on me with some stress, limped to his horse." Ethel Gabain Illustrator (1923)

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Jane Eyre Ethel Gabain illustration He laid a heavy hand on my shoulder; and leaning on me with some stress limped the horse.

#1  Jane Eyre  B. S. GREIG 1893 https://studios.amazon.com/projects/151030

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Bronte Sisters, Jane Eyre, Regency Era, Book Illustration, Empire Style

"Then dropped on one knee at his feet." F. D. Bedford (1932) Something of Jane's queer humor is visible in this illustration.

"Then dropped on one knee at his feet. Bedford Something of Jane's queer humor is visible in this illustration.

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