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The Professor

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'She was not handsome, she was not rich, she was not even accomplished, yet she was my life's treasure; I must then be a man of peculiar discernment.' Working as a professor in M.Pelet's establishment in Brussels, William Crimsworth meets the fascinating Directrice of the neighbouring school, Mlle Zoraide Reuter, and, recognizing her as an intellectual equal, becomes powerfully attracted to her. Despite her betrothal to M. Pelet, Mlle Reuter will not release her hold over William, and she tries to stand in the way of his finding love elsewhere. But new possibilities open up to him and he is not to be easily deterred. Published two years after the author's death, The Professor draws on Charlotte Bronte's own professional and personal experiences as a teacher in Brussels. Like Jane Eyre and Vilette this novel is the intimate first-person account of a life that brings extremes of despair and joy.

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'She was not handsome, she was not rich, she was not even accomplished, yet she was my life's treasure; I must then be a man of peculiar discernment.' Working as a professor in M.Pelet's establishment in Brussels, William Crimsworth meets the fascinating Directrice of the neighbouring school, Mlle Zoraide Reuter, and, recognizing her as an intellectual equal, becomes powerfully attracted to her. Despite her betrothal to M. Pelet, Mlle Reuter will not release her hold over William, and she tries to stand in the way of his finding love elsewhere. But new possibilities open up to him and he is not to be easily deterred. Published two years after the author's death, The Professor draws on Charlotte Bronte's own professional and personal experiences as a teacher in Brussels. Like Jane Eyre and Vilette this novel is the intimate first-person account of a life that brings extremes of despair and joy.
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Title The Professor Height
Charlotte Brontë, Heather Glen Width
ISBN-13 9780140433111 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0140433112 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Classics Pages 316
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