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English: Title page, first edition, w:en:Jane Eyre.
Date 2006-12-03 (original upload date); Original publication date is 1847
Source Transfered from en.wikipedia; University of Leeds Library
Author Original uploader was Chick Bowen at en.wikipedia; Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855)


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link date/time username edit summary
22:37, 11 December 2007 w:en:User:Jayvdb
16:35, 6 December 2006 w:en:User:Chick Bowen
09:09, 6 December 2006 w:en:User:
05:27, 3 December 2006 w:en:User:Chick Bowen
05:26, 3 December 2006 w:en:User:Chick Bowen (Title page, first edition, Jane Eyre. Public domain by virtue of age.)
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