What fools we mortals be

Love is a smoke, made with the fume of sighs

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I am aware that John recently did a whole Crash Course episode (link HERE), but I wanted to give you my thoughts. After learning a bunch more about Charlotte Brontë’s life, I felt I understood the book more. It is really an interesting social commentary on inequality, the cruel mistreatment of others, and the power of connections. It may be an old classic, but I really recommend a reading of it.

I am aware that John recently did a whole Crash Course episode (link HERE), but I wanted to give you my thoughts. After learning a bunch more about Charlotte Brontë’s life, I felt I understood the book more. It is really an interesting social commentary on inequality, the cruel mistreatment of others, and the power of connections. It may be an old classic, but I really recommend a reading of it.

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    One of the best books I ever read
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    to read :)
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    whateverourfate you should definitely watch the video
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