“Yth esoma owth erhy hag ow comondya dhywgh (kepar dell vo res dhywgh gortheby dëdh breus uthyk, pàn vo dyskevrys kevrînow kenyver colon) mars yw aswonys dhe onen vëth ahanowgh neb sprall ma na vowgh why jùnys warbarth in demedhyans herwyth laha, may hallowgh why y veneges i’n tor’-ma; rag bedhowgh certan, kebmys a vo jùnys warbarth in maner vëth na vo herwyth Ger Duw, nag yns y jùnys gans Duw; naneyl nyns yw lafyl aga maryach.”

This classic coming-of-age novel explores the the emotions and experiences of a young woman, from her difficult and abusive childhood, through her growth to adulthood and her discovery of love for Mr. Rochester, the master of Thornfield Hall. In its internalization of the action, the focus is on the gradual unfolding of Jane's moral and spiritual sensibility, and all the events are coloured by a heightened intensity that was previously the domain of poetry. Jane Eyre revolutionized the art of fiction. Charlotte Brontë has been called the "first historian of the private con­sciousness" and the literary ancestor of writers like Marcel Proust and James Joyce. The novel contains elements of social criticism, with a strong sense of Christian morality at its core, and is considered by many to be ahead of its time, given the individualistic character of Jane and the novel's exploration of classism, sexuality, religion, and proto-feminism.

Yth yw an novel gerys dâ-ma ow whythra an bêwnans a venyn yonk dhyworth hy floholeth yêyn hag anwhek bys in hy devedhyans dhe oos leundevys ha'n egydnans a'y herensa dhown rag Mêster Rochester, perhednek Hel Thornfield. I'n descrefans a'n hapnyansow ha'n prederow wàr jy usy worth aga sewya, yma an pooslev wàr an dysplegyans lent a aswonvos moral ha spyrysek Jane; yth yw pùb wharvedhyans paintys in mes dre grefter o kyns an lyver-ma an negys a brydydhieth. Jane Eyre, an novel, a jaunjyas yn tien an art a screfa. Charlotte Brontë re beu henwys "kensa istoryan a brederow an golon," hag indelha yth yw hy an ragresores a screforyon kepar ha Marcel Proust ha James Joyce. Yma brusyans socyal dhe redya i'n lyver kefrÿs hag in y gres warneth fast a ewnhenseth Cristyon. Yma lies crytycor ow consydra an novel-ma dhe vos fest avauncys rag y oos, dre rêson a natur dybarow Jane hy honen hag inwedh awos an fordh may ma dyghtys ino ragvreus rencasek, carnalyta, crejyans ha femynystieth avarr.

Published by Evertype 2020