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Writer's Digest Annotated Classic
by Charlotte Brontë
Foreword by Diana Gabaldón
Annotations by K.M. Weiland
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books; annotated edition edition (July 24, 2014)
You’ll Love This Book If:
You’re interested in learning the craft and techniques used by the author
You’re interested in understanding plot, character, setting, voice, style, and dialogue of a classic novel
You love Jane Eyre and would like the opportunity to go behind the scenes
About the Book:
Jane Eyre, first published in 1847, has persisted as a classic, beloved romance and remains extremely popular among modern readers. While other annotated versions of this novel do already exist, no annotated version to date explores the techniques and craft used by the author. Best-selling writing instructor and author K.M. Weiland addresses issues of plot, character, setting, voice, style, dialogue and other craft-related topics. K.M. Weiland is a lifelong fan of history and the power of the written word. She mentors other authors and shares the ups and downs of the writing life-sharing tiny ideas that bloom into unexpected treasures.
This annotated classic also includes a workbook filled with exercises and prompts for aspiring writers to apply their newfound knowledge. Jane Eyre is a novel that transcends time. With elements of social criticism, morality, sexuality, and spiritual sensibility, Jane Eyre was a novel ahead of its time -a novel to be studied and understood at great depths. Join K.M. Weiland to dive in and explore!