Thomas Hardy’s celebrated novel Far from the Madding Crowd is certainly one of the most liked and widely read romance novel of all time. However, the romance in Far from the Madding Crowd is not the same as we find in the modern or contemporary novels which focus more on
William Thackeray’s masterpiece and perhaps his only novel which is popular among the readers as a full-length novel, Vanity Fair, is still very popular and I have my reasons to put it above the classics such as Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. The notorious character
Jane Eyre is a Charlotte Bronte’s novel which is supposed as one of the classics which still remain very popular and stand out on the in the test of time every passing year… However, have we ever tried to read Jane Eyre with a perspective other than reading a classic?