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Jane Eyre and the tradition of the Gothic Novel

Term Paper Number
898599291
Term Paper Description
Jane Eyre and the tradition of the Gothic Novel
Publish Year
2008
Academy
College
Course
English Literature
Number Of Pages
6
Number Of Words
1674
Number Of Sources
6
Price
59 $ (USD)
Keywords
Jane Eyre, gothic, novel, fiction, victorian novel, horror, mystery, gothic elements
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Paper Abstract

Jane Eyre and the tradition of the Gothic Novel

The Victorian Era which brought about a revival in Gothic expression can be characterized by its many internal contradictions.  A time of intellectual, artistic and political progress, 19th century England was still very much committed to traditional values.  Such values existed in direct contrast to the evolutions which were taking place within families, communities and the mind’s of progressive individuals.  Author Charlotte Bronte may well be considered such an individual, provoking a great deal of discourse on the topics of gender and social equality during a historical era where such considerations were quite revolutionary.  Indeed, as in her classic literary exploration of these subjects, Jane Eyre, Bronte endeavors to convey the practicality of her sociological perspective as well as the inherent cruelty of any manner of social exclusion….



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