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What type of books does Jane E-y-r-e (patron spelled out) write? Are you familiar with her?

Madison Ediger
Olathe Public Library
Olathe, KS

In Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, Jane moves gradually from primitive and occasionally violent reactions to a more rational and civilized response. Eventually, both Jane and the novel evolve to the point that they must transcend what she and her contemporaries knew of history, a history that revolves around the exploitation of the weak by the strong, to something more feminine and egalitarian, according to Feminism in Literature: A Gale Critical Companion.

This reference work is one of the many print titles available as an eBook in the Gale Virtual Reference Library.


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