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The Resource Jane Eyre : an authoritative text, context, criticism, Charlotte Bronte ; edited by Richard J. Dunn

Jane Eyre : an authoritative text, context, criticism, Charlotte Bronte ; edited by Richard J. Dunn

Label
Jane Eyre : an authoritative text, context, criticism
Title
Jane Eyre
Title remainder
an authoritative text, context, criticism
Statement of responsibility
Charlotte Bronte ; edited by Richard J. Dunn
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Reprints the 1848 third edition text of "Jane Eyre," the story of a plain and penniless orphan who accepts a job as governess at Thornfield Hall and soon finds herself in love with her melancholy employer, Mr. Edward Rochester, a man with a terrible secret; and includes footnotes, materials on the author and the writing of the novel, and a selection of feminist criticism
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Cataloging source
COO
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1816-1855
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Brontë, Charlotte
Dewey number
823/.8
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR4167
LC item number
.J33 2001
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1938-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Dunn, Richard J.
Series statement
A Norton critical edition
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  • Brontë, Charlotte
  • Governesses
  • Mentally ill women
  • England
Label
Jane Eyre : an authoritative text, context, criticism, Charlotte Bronte ; edited by Richard J. Dunn
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-534)
Contents
  • children's friend
  • Charlotte Bronte at Roe Head
  • Introduction to Bronte's Juvenilia
  • Christine Alexander
  • Well, here I am at Roe Head
  • Now as I have a little bit of time
  • All this day I have been in a dream
  • I'm just going to write because I cannot help it
  • My compliments to the weather
  • About a week since I got a letter from Branwell
  • The text of Jane Eyre
  • Retrospection
  • From
  • Henry Hastings
  • Farewell to Angria
  • Charlotte and Jane's illustrated book
  • To W.S. Williams, March 11, 1848
  • Vignettes from Bewick
  • Charlotte Bronte and Beweick's British birds
  • Jane W. Stedman
  • Charlotte Bronte as governess
  • Author's preface
  • To Emily J. Bronte, June 8, 1839
  • To Ellen Nussey, June 30, 1839
  • To W. S. Williams, May 12, 1848
  • The governess-grinders
  • Charlotte Bronte and her publishers, reviewers, and first biographer
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 7, 1847
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 24, 1847
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., September 12, 1847
  • To W. S. Williams, October 28, 1847
  • To W. S. Williams, January 28, 1848
  • Note to the third edition
  • To G. H. Lewes, November 6, 1847
  • G. H. Lewes, Fraser's Magazine, December --
  • Jane Eyre
  • Charlotte Bronte as student, governess, and teacher
  • School register: clergy daughters' school
  • Report of the Cowan Bridge School for clergymen's daughters
  • From The
  • quarterly review, December 1848
  • Elizabeth Rigby
  • To W. S. Williams, January 2, 1849
  • To W. S. Williams, February 10[?], 1849
  • To W. S. Williams, August 16, 1849
  • From A
  • word to The quarterly
  • Charlotte Bronte and the critics, Charlotte Bronte: author and woman, First impressions of Charlotte Bronte, Charlotte Bronte at home, Charlotte Bronte's working habits
  • Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Jane Eyre: The temptations of a motherless woman
  • To W. S. Williams, December 11, 1847
  • Adrienne Rich
  • A
  • dialogue of self and soul: plain Jane's progress
  • Sandra M. Gilbert
  • St. John's way and the wayward reader
  • Jerome Beaty
  • Jane Eyre: hazarding confidences
  • Lisa Sternlieb
  • The
  • cinematic reconstitution of Jane Eyre
  • To W. S. Williams, August 14, 1848
  • Jeffrey Sconce
  • The
  • pleasure of intertextuality: reading Jane Eyre television and film adaptations
  • Donna Marie Nudd
  • To W. S. Williams, early September 1848
  • The
  • Christian Remembrancer and The quarterly
  • From The
  • Christian Remembrancer, January 1848
  • The
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
ix, 534 p.
Isbn
9780393975420
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
  • 1893234
  • (OCoLC)ocm50383035
  • (OCoLC)50383035
  • 1822074
  • 1893234
Label
Jane Eyre : an authoritative text, context, criticism, Charlotte Bronte ; edited by Richard J. Dunn
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-534)
Contents
  • children's friend
  • Charlotte Bronte at Roe Head
  • Introduction to Bronte's Juvenilia
  • Christine Alexander
  • Well, here I am at Roe Head
  • Now as I have a little bit of time
  • All this day I have been in a dream
  • I'm just going to write because I cannot help it
  • My compliments to the weather
  • About a week since I got a letter from Branwell
  • The text of Jane Eyre
  • Retrospection
  • From
  • Henry Hastings
  • Farewell to Angria
  • Charlotte and Jane's illustrated book
  • To W.S. Williams, March 11, 1848
  • Vignettes from Bewick
  • Charlotte Bronte and Beweick's British birds
  • Jane W. Stedman
  • Charlotte Bronte as governess
  • Author's preface
  • To Emily J. Bronte, June 8, 1839
  • To Ellen Nussey, June 30, 1839
  • To W. S. Williams, May 12, 1848
  • The governess-grinders
  • Charlotte Bronte and her publishers, reviewers, and first biographer
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 7, 1847
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 24, 1847
  • To Smith, Elder, & Co., September 12, 1847
  • To W. S. Williams, October 28, 1847
  • To W. S. Williams, January 28, 1848
  • Note to the third edition
  • To G. H. Lewes, November 6, 1847
  • G. H. Lewes, Fraser's Magazine, December --
  • Jane Eyre
  • Charlotte Bronte as student, governess, and teacher
  • School register: clergy daughters' school
  • Report of the Cowan Bridge School for clergymen's daughters
  • From The
  • quarterly review, December 1848
  • Elizabeth Rigby
  • To W. S. Williams, January 2, 1849
  • To W. S. Williams, February 10[?], 1849
  • To W. S. Williams, August 16, 1849
  • From A
  • word to The quarterly
  • Charlotte Bronte and the critics, Charlotte Bronte: author and woman, First impressions of Charlotte Bronte, Charlotte Bronte at home, Charlotte Bronte's working habits
  • Elizabeth Gaskell
  • Jane Eyre: The temptations of a motherless woman
  • To W. S. Williams, December 11, 1847
  • Adrienne Rich
  • A
  • dialogue of self and soul: plain Jane's progress
  • Sandra M. Gilbert
  • St. John's way and the wayward reader
  • Jerome Beaty
  • Jane Eyre: hazarding confidences
  • Lisa Sternlieb
  • The
  • cinematic reconstitution of Jane Eyre
  • To W. S. Williams, August 14, 1848
  • Jeffrey Sconce
  • The
  • pleasure of intertextuality: reading Jane Eyre television and film adaptations
  • Donna Marie Nudd
  • To W. S. Williams, early September 1848
  • The
  • Christian Remembrancer and The quarterly
  • From The
  • Christian Remembrancer, January 1848
  • The
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
ix, 534 p.
Isbn
9780393975420
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
System control number
  • 1893234
  • (OCoLC)ocm50383035
  • (OCoLC)50383035
  • 1822074
  • 1893234

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