Jane Eyre

By Charlotte Brontë (Author)

Series Signature Editions


Pub Date 10/11/2022

ISBN 9781435172555

Format Hardcover, Jacketed



Discover the story of Jane Eyre with this striking collector’s edition from Union Square & Co.'s Signature Editions series! The classic texts that shaped our culture feature exclusive cover art by distinguished artist Malika Favre. Her bold, graphic style gives each classic literature book a small masterpiece for a jacket. Collect the set or prize this Jane Eyre special edition as your showpiece literary classic.
Following the death of her uncle, the orphan Jane Eyre is sent to the Lowood School, where she grows into a confident and well-educated young woman. When Jane leaves to become a governess at Thornfield Hall, she falls in love with Mr. Rochester, her pupil's guardian. But a series of eerie and terrifying events threatens to destroy her happy future.

Literary history and meaning: Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë, was first published in 1847. It is a coming-of-age novel about a young woman who overcomes a traumatic childhood and falls in love. The book explores themes of love, independence, and the struggle against societal expectations. Charlotte Brontë was a gifted storyteller, and her prose is both beautiful and evocative. Readers today relate to Jane's defiance of limiting gender roles, her insistence on equality in her relationships, her career ambitions, and her inner resilience in the face of life's trials. Brontë's timeless novel continues to empower modern women to follow their hearts, stand up for their beliefs, and be the authors of their own stories.


Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855) was an English novelist and poet. She was the eldest and longest living of the three Brontë sisters, whose novels became classics of English literature. Charlotte’s other novels include Villette, Shirley, and The Professor.

Title Details

Pages 536 pages

Trim 5.25 x 8 x 0 Inches

Territories World

Category Classics

Carton Quantity 20