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Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre' / Sisters Under the Skin
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A 10 page paper comparing the main character of Charlotte Bronte's novel with Bronte herself. The writer concludes that although there are a few ways in which Bronte's life is directly reflected in the book, the correspondences between Charlotte and Jane lie more in the way both heroines deal with a damaged self-concept through the development of their frank and passionate natures, and their determination to live according to their own moral principles. Bibliography lists nine sources.
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Mothering in Dickens' 'Great Expectations' and Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights'
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A five page paper comparing Charles Dickens' and Emily Bronte's absence of mothers in these two novels, and the effects this absence has on children in both novels. The paper concludes that Dickens feels some kind of mothering is necessary, even if it is the nurturing provided by a man; and Bronte feels girls do just as well mothering themselves. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Significance Of Thresholds In The Work Of Bronte And Shelley :
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The idea behind a threshold is threefold it separates the space between what lies on one side of the door and the other, it stops the door from swinging between those same spaces and it forms the base for the frame of the door. The analogy of a door is a popular one for understanding life, whether fictional representations of life or real life. Doors open into new spaces, experiences and knowledge. This 7 page paper examines the stories of Jane Erye, by Charlotte Bronte, Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte, and Frankenstein, written by Mary Shelley, and argues that there is at least one incident where a character 'stands at the threshold' of a decision that will change their life. No additional sources are listed.
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