Collins Classroom Classics - Jane Eyre: GCSE 9-1 set text student edition

Paperback

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas
Level/Subject: GCSE English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: AQA
Level/Subject: A Level English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: Cambridge International
Level/Subject: IGCSE Literature in English
First teaching: Sept 2018
First exam: 2020

This edition of Jane Eyre is perfect for GCSE-level students: it comes complete with the novel, plus an introduction providing context, and a glossary explaining key terms.

Orphaned at a young age, Jane Eyre is foisted upon unfriendly relations, sent to school to suffer illness, injustice and privation, before striking out on her own to earn her living as a governess.

Independent and passionate by nature, Jane only begins to discover fulfilment when she takes up a post at Thornfield Hall and gets to know the master Mr Rochester, a man of changeable moods. Yet will Thornfield’s secrets and Mr Rochester’s past prove obstacles to Jane’s happiness?

With its gothic atmosphere and first-person narrative, Charlotte Brontë’s bildungsroman has captivated readers since its first appearance in 1847.

RRP: £3.00

ISBN

978-0-00-832591-6

Publication Date

14-01-2019

Format

Paperback

Pages

656 pages

Dimensions

111x178mm

Author

Charlotte Brontë and Collins GCSE, Introduction and notes by Emma Page

Emma Page studied at the University of Oxford and at King’s College, London. In addition to writing educational materials and resources, she is an experienced teacher of English and currently works at a secondary school in south-east London. She has also worked in teacher training and as a local authority education consultant.

Product Description

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas
Level/Subject: GCSE English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: AQA
Level/Subject: A Level English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: Cambridge International
Level/Subject: IGCSE Literature in English
First teaching: Sept 2018
First exam: 2020

This edition of Jane Eyre is perfect for GCSE-level students: it comes complete with the novel, plus an introduction providing context, and a glossary explaining key terms.

Orphaned at a young age, Jane Eyre is foisted upon unfriendly relations, sent to school to suffer illness, injustice and privation, before striking out on her own to earn her living as a governess.

Independent and passionate by nature, Jane only begins to discover fulfilment when she takes up a post at Thornfield Hall and gets to know the master Mr Rochester, a man of changeable moods. Yet will Thornfield’s secrets and Mr Rochester’s past prove obstacles to Jane’s happiness?

With its gothic atmosphere and first-person narrative, Charlotte Brontë’s bildungsroman has captivated readers since its first appearance in 1847.

ISBN

978-0-00-832591-6

Publication Date

14-01-2019

Format

Paperback

Pages

656 pages

Dimensions

111x178mm

Product Description

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas
Level/Subject: GCSE English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: AQA
Level/Subject: A Level English Literature
First teaching: Sept 2015
Next exam: June 2024

Exam board: Cambridge International
Level/Subject: IGCSE Literature in English
First teaching: Sept 2018
First exam: 2020

This edition of Jane Eyre is perfect for GCSE-level students: it comes complete with the novel, plus an introduction providing context, and a glossary explaining key terms.

Orphaned at a young age, Jane Eyre is foisted upon unfriendly relations, sent to school to suffer illness, injustice and privation, before striking out on her own to earn her living as a governess.

Independent and passionate by nature, Jane only begins to discover fulfilment when she takes up a post at Thornfield Hall and gets to know the master Mr Rochester, a man of changeable moods. Yet will Thornfield’s secrets and Mr Rochester’s past prove obstacles to Jane’s happiness?

With its gothic atmosphere and first-person narrative, Charlotte Brontë’s bildungsroman has captivated readers since its first appearance in 1847.

Author

Charlotte Brontë and Collins GCSE, Introduction and notes by Emma Page

Emma Page studied at the University of Oxford and at King’s College, London. In addition to writing educational materials and resources, she is an experienced teacher of English and currently works at a secondary school in south-east London. She has also worked in teacher training and as a local authority education consultant.