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Comparing Covers #8: Jane Eyre

by Aleen @ Lampshade Reader

Welcome to Comparing Covers where I will showcase a book title that has multiple covers; from first editions, re-releases, and international releases.

 

Brooding mysterious heroes? Check. What more is there to ask for? Jane Eyre is a classic that is worth re-reading. With it being a dark, Victorian story, I wanted to see how many covers were true to the atmosphere.

 

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

International Edition

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Which cover is your favorite?

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Which cover did you vote for and why?

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Tanya @ Girl Plus Books
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It’s been years since I read Jane Eyre but I’m pretty sure I still have my copy. It’s not one of the covers shown here but there are probably countless covers of Jane Eyre! I like the 2003 cover the best. It just seems to fit well.

Greg
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I voted for the ’83 one, that’s the most interesting one to me. I like that you get a sense of the room…

Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog
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I don’t know why but the 2003 cover stands out to me. I have also never read this but we didn’t read a lot of classics in school.

Kristen @ Metaphors and Moonlight
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I’ve never read Jane Eyre, but I love the 2011 cover even though I feel like it probably doesn’t represent the feel of the book very well since it’s completely different from all the others lol.

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