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by Harold Bloom

  • ISBN: 0791040631
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Harold Bloom
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (1996)
  • FB2 size: 1713 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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2. Governesses in literature. II. Title: Jane Eyre. Even as Jane Eyre cannot countenance a sense of being in any way inferior to anyone whatsoever, Charlotte Brontë could not allow Byron to be forever beyond her.

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Jane Eyre (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations). It gives us the setting and the introduction to the characters. Series: Bloom's Notes. We can see Mrs. Bennett favors Jane as her first priority for finding a husband because she is the eldest and most beautiful one of all. One instance is when Mrs. Bennett found out Mr. Darcy was moving into a neighboring house.

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Jane Eyre has been read as a proto-feminist protest against the conditions of women in Charlotte Bronte's time and place. Reading the Romance: Women, Patriarchy, and Popular Literature. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1984.

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Шарлотта Бронте Jane Eyre. This book I had again and again perused with delight. What is all this? demanded another voice peremptorily; and Mrs. Reed came along the corridor, her cap flying wide, her gown rustling stormily. I considered it a narrative of facts, and discovered in it a vein of interest deeper than what I found in fairy tales: for as to the elves, having sought them in vain among foxglove leaves and bells, under mushrooms and beneath the ground-ivy mantling old wall-nooks, I had at length made up my mind to the sad truth, that they.

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. The three Brontë sisters-Charlotte, Emily Jane, and Anne-are unique literary artists whose works resemble one another's far more than they do the works of writers before or since

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre. The three Brontë sisters-Charlotte, Emily Jane, and Anne-are unique literary artists whose works resemble one another's far more than they do the works of writers before or since. Charlotte's compelling novel Jane Eyre and her three lesser yet strong narratives- The Professor, Shirley, Villette-form the most extensive achievement of the sisters, but critics and common readers alike set even higher the one novel of Emily Jane's, Wuthering Heights, and a handful of her lyrical poems.

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre was an immediate success when it was published in October 1847

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre was an immediate success when it was published in October 1847. The tale of the "poor, obscure, plain, and little" governess, her brooding employer, Edward Rochester, and the madwoman secreted in the attic made Jane Eyre a staple of Gothic and Victorian literature. Important critical essays deftly place Brontë's book in context and assess its continuing popularity

Includes a brief biography of the author, thematic and structural analysis of the work, critical views, and an index of themes and ideas
Reviews about Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre (2):
Risa
I give this book a rating of 10 because it is my personal favorite. I first read this book over 10 years ago and must have reread it 30 times since. Each time I read Jane Eyre, I find a new meaning to the words or find a small detail that I had missed before. It makes for an enjoyable read every single time. Jane Eyre has it all for me. Romance. Drama. Separation. And Renewed Love.

This book has become a part of my life over the years. It has shaped the way that I think and whenever I feel down or lonely, I pick my copy up, open to any page and start to read. I don't need to even start at the beginning or read the whole way through. It is like flipping through an old photo album. I am comforted just knowing it is there and always will be
Danial
Pride and Prejudice is a love story between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, an uptight man who has too much pride. Their first impressions gave a big start to this story that developed into the major conflicts and story line. My favorite chapter was the first one because it sets the tone for the story. It gives us the setting and the introduction to the characters. We really get to see Mrs. Bennett as an excruciatingly loud mother who lives only to search for husbands for her daughters. We can see Mrs. Bennett favors Jane as her first priority for finding a husband because she is the eldest and most beautiful one of all. One instance is when Mrs. Bennett found out Mr. Darcy was moving into a neighboring house. When she found out he was single, she automatically suggested/recommended Jane as a potential future wife. In contrast we start to see and understand Mr. Bennett's attitude towards his wife's plea and towards his defense of his daughters. He doesn't critique his daughters when it comes to men.
I would recommend this book mostly to women/girls between the ages of 17-50 because this story deals with the trouble girls go through and it deals with five girls living in the household, to which we can relate. The daughters were not that old, yet they were mature for their age. Teens will enjoy it because we all go through these teen stages of boys, and women can relate because of the maturity level that is in this story.
One literary device that was used in the story was analogy. It is used to describe two characters (Elizabeth and Darcy) that are alike by comparing them. We are able to see their differences, but along with it their common interests start to show. For example, they both come from a different social background and yet are both intelligent, and have a tendency to judge harshly.
Overall I can say that I liked this book, Pride and Prejudice, because it was an interesting story. Nowadays we read about homicide detectives and mysteries happening with murder, but this story is nothing like this. It builds its own suspense through character's personalities. It's based on feeling rather than action so we can all relate to this story psychologically. It captivates us in an imaginary world in the early 19th century that reminds us of their rules and regulations that were used back then. For example women were just expected to marry wealth and make a family. They played no other role whatsoever, so since we don't live in that type of environment anymore, we can just picture how life was back then and see what they went through, and their approach through these situations.

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