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Charlotte Brontי’s “Jane Eyre” as a Realist Fairytale

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226878140
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Charlotte Brontי’s “Jane Eyre” as a Realist Fairytale
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12
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Paper Abstract

A 12 page paper which examines how the text begins as a realist novel but ultimately ends like a fairytale. No additional sources are used.

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