Additional Resources for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

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Miriam Allott, editor, The Brontë s: The Critical Heritage, Routledge, 1974

An excellent resource for studying contemporary reviews and critiques of Charlotte Brontë 's works

Juliet Barker, The Brontë s, St. Martin's Press, 1994.

An unusually detailed and comprehensive biography with a wealth of information on Charlotte Brontë , her parents, and her brother and sisters and their writings

Margaret Howard Bjorn, Charlotte Brontë , Twayne, 1977 Includes sections on Brontë 's life and on Jane Eyre, and assesses Brontë 's achievement in the novel

Miriam Allen deFord, "Charlotte Brontë " in British Authors of the Nineteenth Century, edited by Stanley J. Kumtz and Howard Haycraft, H. W. Wilson, 1936, pp. 74-6

An overview survey of Brontë   and her work, written in a somewhat dated prose style.

Richard J Dunn, editor, Jane Eyre, Norton, 1971, updated, 1987.

Includes important background information, contemporary criticism, and useful interpretive...

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