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Phyllis Bentley, The Brontë s, Thames & Hudson, 1969.

Rebecca Fraser, The Brontë s Charlotte Brontë   and Her Family, Crown Publishers, 1988.

Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar, The Madwoman in the Attic. The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination, Yale University Press, 1979.

Margaret Lane, Introduction to Jane Eyre, Dent/Dutton, 1969.

M H. Scargill, "All Passion Spent. A Revaluation of 'Jane Eyre'," in University of Toronto Quarterly, Vol. XIX, No 2, January, 1950, pp. 120-25.

Mark Schorer, "Jane Eyre," in The World We Imagine' Selected Essays, Chatto & Windus, 1969, pp. 80-96.

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