Brontë believed art was most convincing when based on personal experience in jane eyre she transformed the experience into a novel with universal appeal jane eyre had immediate commercial success and initially received favourable reviews g h. Charlotte gainsbourg played jane prim and reserved in franco zeffirelli's 1996 film – which was also notable for the complete lack of sexual chemistry between gainsbourg and william hurt's rochester – while samantha morton impressed the following year with a calm but inwardly passionate portrayal. Jane eyre was charlotte bront ë’s second novel, but the first to be published the first, the professor, was rejected several times by the publishers and was published posthumously jane eyre, on the other hand, was accepted at once, favourably reviewed and recognised as something new in english fiction - it used traditional conventions in. 4 a teacher’s guide to the signet classics edition of charlotte brontë’s jane eyre brontë’s life charlotte brontë was born in yorkshire, england on april 21, 1816.
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