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- A city in southeastern New Hampshire, northwest of Dover; pop. 28,461
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- Rochester is a station on the Empire Service Amtrak line, located in Rochester, New York.
- A city in northwestern New York, on Lake Ontario; pop. 219,773
- An industrial city in southeastern Minnesota, home to the Mayo Clinic that was established in 1889; pop. 85,806
- a city in western New York; a center of the photographic equipment industry
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Rochester: A Novel Inspired by Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre"
“After years of self-centered wandering, shielding my shattered spirit from further vain expectation, I now knew what it was to be loved.” Yet…. “A cursed, damaged, aging wretch as I had no right to one so innocent, lovely, good and gifted as she…” Edward Fairfax Rochester. He remains one of nineteenth-century English literature’s most enduring sex symbols, and, to this day, women the world over continue to swoon for him. Rochester is an imaginative exploration of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre as seen through the eyes of a fiercely sensuous and introspective leading man. His story is told with all the realism of a passionate, masculine heart in narrative enriched with keen observations of settings and fellow players. Through Edward’s words, we leave behind coincidence and politesse to wander through his evocative world and probe what otherwise might have happened from that compelling first meeting onward. We are given Edward’s life of pain and travel beside him to absolution through the unsullied form of a lonesome young governess. Here, Rochester tells of their journey in his own uninhibited, saucy, conceited, funny, manly way and would never dream of fading to black when the bedchamber door shuts.
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"Jane Eyre's Husband" tells the fascinating story of Edward Rochester's life in richly textured detail, revealing Rochester’s innermost thoughts, hopes, and passions. This is the Rochester of Charlotte Bronte’s novel: proud, arrogant, privileged, and searching for love and a better life. Beginning with his early years, then continuing to his time in Jamaica and his nightmarish first marriage, his desperate wanderings in Europe, his love for Jane Eyre and the tragedy that follows his attempt to marry her, his recovery from his injuries, and his married life with Jane, this story will take you inside the secret workings of Rochester’s mind. Edward Rochester is one of literature's most compelling male characters, and this book discloses Rochester’s own intimate experience of his life in vivid narrative. This is a story that is always original, while set firmly within the context of Charlotte Bronte’s work.
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