While it is difficult to separate Jane's economic and gender obstacles, it is clear that her position as a woman also prevents her from venturing out into the world as many of the male characters do – Mr. Rochester, her Uncle John, and St....
- ^ Harold Bloom declared Eyre a "classic of Gothic and Victorian literature." Bloom, Harold (July 2007). "Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre"". Midwest Book Review (Chelsea House Publishers): 245. |accessdate= requires |url= (help)
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- ^ A classic feminist discussion of Jane Eyre is the book The Madwoman in the Attic by Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar (Yale University Press, 1979) See also Martin, Robert B. Charlotte Brontë's Novels: The Accents of Persuasion. NY: Norton, 1966
- ^ Jerome Beaty. "St. John's Way and the Wayward Reader" in Brontë, Charlotte (2001) . Richard J. Dunn, ed. Jane Eyre (Norton Critical Edition, Third Edition ed.). W.W. Norton & Company. pp. 491–502. ISBN 0393975428.
- ^ Bronte, Charlotte (16 October 1847). Jane Eyre. London, England: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 105.
- ^ Bronte, Charlotte (2008). Jane Eyre. Radford, Virginia: Wilder Publications. ISBN 160459411X.
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- ^ Gaskell, Elizabeth (1857). The Life of Charlotte Brontë 1. Smith, Elder & Co. p. 73.
- ^ Oates, Joyce Carol (1988). "Jane Eyre: An Introduction". University of San Francisco. Retrieved 3 February 2013.
- ^ Bronte, Charlotte (1926). Jane Eyre. New York: the Book League of America. p. 323.
- ^ Bronte, Charlotte (1926). Jane Eyre. New York: the Book League of America. p. 329.
- ^ "Jane Eyre: a Mancunian?". BBC. 10 October 2006. Retrieved 24 April 2013.
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- ^ a b c Stevie Davies, Introduction and Notes to Jane Eyre. Penguin Classics ed., 2006.
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