Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre
Edited by Elsie B. Michie
This casebook assembles a variety of essays written in an engaging style which introduce a reader to key critical approaches to Charelotte Brontë's beloved novel Jane Eyre. The 10 essays included range from psychological and materialist interpretations to feminist and postcolonialist readings. Framing chapters explore the historical and social contexts out of which Jane Eyre arose, investigate the novel's critical reception, and provide suggested readings for further study.