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    HELLO MATES.. HOPE U DOIN SO WELL !!
    im new here ; i have some questions n id like to find answers if u would help me for sure.
    well ..did any one of u read Charllotte Bronte's novel Jane Eyre ؟
    if so..im a doing a literary research for my graduation nd im confused which literary approach im gonna use to analyizing such incredible piece of work !!
    would it the feminist ; psycho or other one nd what about the fact that's a novel of education ..any clues guys ..plzz i really need ur help nd if you hit me with some links or articles ..any sort of documents and books ...stay safe nd have a g'day !
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    HELLO MATES.. HOPE U DOIN SO WELL !!
    im new here ; i have some questions n id like to find answers if u would help me for sure.
    well ..did any one of u read Charllotte Bronte's novel Jane Eyre ؟
    if so..im a doing a literary research for my graduation nd im confused which literary approach im gonna use to analyizing such incredible piece of work !!
    would it the feminist ; psycho or other one nd what about the fact that's a novel of education ..any clues guys ..plzz i really need ur help nd if you hit me with some links or articles ..any sort of documents and books ...stay safe nd have a g'day !
    I think any critical approach to Jane Eyre would work well.

    The feminist angle is interesting, especially in relation to Bertha Mason and the argument that in a modern feminist perspective she is a poorly and unjustly written character. If you lean towards that approach, I'd definitely recommend reading Wide Sargasso Sea and having a look at some of the critical essays surrounding that and its comparison to Jane Eyre. It links back to the feminist perspective due to it discussing attitudes towards Bertha, but I find the postcolonial criticism really fascinating.

    I think there's less to talk about with a pschyoanalytical approach but its interesting all the same. You can discuss the significance of Jane's dreams, hallucinations and visions - particularly in response to gender and sexual identity/expression.

    Here's some links that might help (but seriously, there are LOADS of resources just a google search away):
    https://www.prestwickhouse.com/samples/302300.pdf
    http://crossref-it.info/textguide/jane-eyre/9/1096
    https://judsjottings.wordpress.com/e...ism-jane-eyre/
    http://www.academia.edu/20362527/A_p...from_Jane_Eyre

    Hope this helps!

    Ps. I hope you use better grammar and spelling when actually writing English essays :aetsch:
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