In her social and psychological novel, English novelist Charlotte Bronte (1816-1888) tells the story of an orphan girl. The novel boldly exposes the vices of the bourgeois society, tells of the state of women deprived of rights in the Victorian-era England. It is written with a spirit of protest against social injustice. The translation was first published in 1959. This is the new fully edited version of the book, based on the original.
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||15 x 21 cm|