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JANE EYRE NCE 3E PA

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3rd
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9780393975420

ISBN10:
0393975428
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Pub. Date:
12/17/2000
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

The text reprinted in this new edition is that of the 1848 third edition text--the last text corrected by the author. "Contexts" includes eighteen new selections and two new subsections: "Charlotte and Jane's Illustrated Book" which includes a letter from Bronte to her publisher W. S. Williams; "Vignettes from Bewick"; and "Charlotte Bronte and Bewick's "British Birds'" and "Charlotte Bronte as Governess," which includes letters to Emily Bronte, Ellen Nussey, W. S. Williams, and "The Governess-Grinders." "Criticism" collects six major essays on Jane Eyre, four of them new to the Third Edition. Contributors include Adrienne Rich, Sandra M. Gilbert, Jerome Beaty, Lisa Sternlieb, Jeffrey Sconce, and Donna Marie Nudd. A new Chronology and updated Selected Bibliography are also included.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Norton Critical Edition vii
The Text of Jane Eyre
Author's Preface
1(2)
Note to the Third Edition
3(2)
Jane Eyre 5(526)
Contexts
Charlotte Bronte as Student, Governess, and Teacher
389(36)
School Register: Clergy Daughters' School
389(1)
Report of the Cowan Bridge School for Clergymen's Daughters
390(2)
From The Children's Friend
392(2)
Charlotte Bronte at Roe Head
394(1)
Introduction to Bronte's Juvenilia
394(5)
Christine Alexander
``Well, here I am at Roe Head''
399(2)
``Now as I have a little bit of time''
401(2)
``All this day I have been in a dream''
403(4)
``I'm just going to write because I cannot help it''
407(2)
``My compliments to the weather''
409(7)
``About a week since I got a letter from Branwell''
416(1)
Retrospection
417(6)
From ``Henry Hastings''
423(1)
Farewell to Angria
424(1)
Charlotte's and Jane's Illustrated Book
425(7)
To W. S. Williams, March 11, 1848
426(1)
Vignettes from Bewick
427(1)
Charlotte Bronte and Bewick's ``British Birds''
428(4)
Jane W. Stedman
Charlotte Bronte as Governess
432(99)
To Emily J. Bronte, June 8, 1839
432(1)
To Ellen Nussey, June 30, 1839
433(1)
To W. S. Williams, May 12, 1848
434(3)
``The Governess-Grinders''
437(2)
Charlotte Bronte and Her Publishers, Reviewers, and First Biographer
439(10)
To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 7, 1847
440(1)
To Smith, Elder, & Co., August 24, 1847
440(1)
To Smith, Elder, & Co., September 12, 1847
441(1)
To W. S. Williams, October 28, 1847
442(1)
To W. S. Williams, January 28, 1848
443(1)
To G. H. Lewes, November 6, 1847
444(1)
Fraser's Magazine, December 1847
445(2)
G. H. Lewes
To W. S. Williams, December 11, 1847
447(1)
To W. S. Williams, August 14, 1848
448(1)
To W. S. Williams, Early September 1848
448(1)
The Christian Remembrancer and The Quarterly
449(8)
From The Christian Remembrancer, January 1848
449(2)
The Quarterly Review, December 1848
451(3)
Elizabeth Rigby
To W. S. Williams, January 2, 1849
454(1)
To W. S. Williams, February 10[?], 1849
454(1)
To W. S. Williams, August 16, 1849
455(1)
From ``A Word to The Quarterly''
456(1)
Elizabeth Gaskell
457(12)
Charlotte Bronte and the Critics
457(2)
Charlotte Bronte: Author and Woman
459(1)
First Impressions of Charlotte Bronte
460(1)
Charlotte Bronte at Home
460(3)
Charlotte Bronte's Working Habits
463(6)
Criticism
Jane Eyre: The Temptations of a Motherless Woman
469(14)
Adrienne Rich
A Dialogue of Self and Soul: Plain Jane's Progress
483(8)
Sandra M. Gilbert
St. John's Way and the Wayward Reader
491(12)
Jerome Beaty
Jane Eyre: ``Hazarding Confidences''
503(12)
Lisa Sternlieb
[The Cinematic Reconstitution of Jane Eyre]
515(7)
Jeffrey Sconce
The Pleasure of Intertextuality: Reading Jane Eyre Television and Film Adaptations
522(9)
Donna Marie Nudd
Charlotte Bronte: A Chronology 531(2)
Selected Bibliography 533


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