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Sites about Jane Eyre

by Charlotte Bronte

Orphan Jane Eyre becomes a governess and falls in love with her employer, the dark and disturbing Mr. Rochester. Her life becomes more complicated when she runs away from a terrifying secret in Rochester's house and is faced with another option for her life.

Characters: Jane Eyre, Helen, Mr. Rochester, Mr. St. John, Hannah, Diana, Mr. Brocklehurst
Keywords: gothic, governess, orphan

Critical sites about Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre -- Literary Relations
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/litrel.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context
From: Victorian Web
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Jane Eyre and the Alice Books: Comparison, Contrast, and Confluence
http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/cb&lc.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis
From: Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Jane Eyre: An Introduction
http://www.usfca.edu/~southerr/eyre.html
"For this most acclaimed of novels--"English," "Gothic,'' "romantic," "female"--is always a surprise, in the very authority, resonance, and inimitable voice of its heroine. 'I resisted all the way,' Jane Eyre states at the beginning of Chapter 2, and this attitude, this declaration of a unique and iconoclastic female rebelliousness, strikes the perfect note for the entire novel."
Contains: Review
Author: Joyce Carol Oates
From: Virginia Quarterly Review Winter 1985
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Narration and Point of View in Jane Eyre
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/structure.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis, Character Analysis
From: Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Religion & Philosophy in Jane Eyre
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/religionov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis
From: Victorian Web
Keywords:
 
Setting in Jane Eyre
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/setting.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
From: Victorian Web
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Symbolism, Imagery, and Motif in Jane Eyre
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/imageov.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Character Analysis, Historical Context, Content Analysis
Keywords:
 
Themes in Jane Eyre
http://victorianweb.org/authors/bronte/cbronte/theme.html
This site from Victorian web contains a number of well-written undergraduate student essays under the direction of Professor George Landow.
Contains: Historical Context, Content Analysis, Character Analysis, Plot Summary
From: Victorian Web
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