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  Watershed Fiction: Rabbi Dame Julia Neuberger 4 October 2004  
The writer, broadcaster and life peer on why she nominated Jane Eyre

Rabbi Dame Julia Neuberger chooses the book that for her was a watershed:Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. She first read it as a child and the sense of injustice and anger it instilled in her helped seal her future concern for the lives of those around her. 

She tells Jenni why it's her choice for Women's Watershed Fiction.

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