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Approaches to teaching Brontë's Jane Eyre

Autore: Diane Long Hoeveler; Beth Lau
Editore: New York : Modern Language Association of America, 1993.
Serie: Approaches to teaching world literature.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Taught more frequently than any of Charlotte Brontë's other novels, Jane Eyre presents distinct problems for the contemporary undergraduate instructor, one being the work's sheer length. Almost all the instructors who responded to a survey conducted for this volume spent two to three weeks teaching the novel in their courses and seminars; their students discovered, in the words of the volume coeditor Diane Long  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Persona incaricata: Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë; Charlotte Brontë
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Diane Long Hoeveler; Beth Lau
ISBN: 0873527054 9780873527057 0873527062 9780873527064
Numero OCLC: 27643048
Descrizione: ix, 180 p. ; 23 cm.
Contenuti: Part One: Materials / Beth Lau --
Introduction --
Editions --
Biography --
Background studies --
Critical studies --
Aids to teaching --
Bibliographies --
Part Two: Approaches. Introduction / Diane Long Hoeveler --
Teaching the Times and the Life. Jane Eyre and A vindication of the rights of woman / James Diedrick --
The place of Jane Eyre in the Brontë family canon / Janet H. Freeman --
Jane Eyre and biography / Thomas L. Jeffers --
Jane Eyre and the governess in nineteenth-century Britain / Mary Poovey --
Teaching the Literary and Philosophical Traditions. Jane Eyre, Bertha, and the female gothic / Tamar Heller --
"Beauty and the beast": growing up with Jane Eyre / Phyllis C. Ralph --
Jane Eyre and Christianity / Susan VanZanten Gallagher --
Jane Eyre: Charlotte Brontë's new Bible / Keith A. Jenkins --
Teaching Specific Contexts. Jane Eyre and narrative voice / John O. Jordan --
Fire and light in Jane Eyre / Mary Burgan --
Contrast and liminality: structure and antistructure in Jane Eyre / Mark M. Hennelly, Jr --
Jane Eyre and pictorial representation / Margaret Goscilo --
Jane Eyre and imperialism / John Kucich --
Jane Eyre and the politics of style / Dennis W. Allen --
Jane Eyre through the body: food, sex, discipline / Diane Long Hoeveler --
Jane Eyre as a novel of vindication / Bernard J. Paris --
Jane Eyre and family systems therapy / Jerome Bump --
Rediscovering Jane Eyre through its adaptations / Donna Marie Nudd --
Taking a walk: or, setting forth from Gateshead / Robert L. Patten --
A Kristevan reading of the marriage plot in Jane Eyre / David Rosenwasser.
Titolo della serie: Approaches to teaching world literature.
Responsabilità: edited by Diane Long Hoeveler and Beth Lau.
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Abstract:

Taught more frequently than any of Charlotte Brontë's other novels, Jane Eyre presents distinct problems for the contemporary undergraduate instructor, one being the work's sheer length. Almost all the instructors who responded to a survey conducted for this volume spent two to three weeks teaching the novel in their courses and seminars; their students discovered, in the words of the volume coeditor Diane Long Hoeveler, "as much about themselves, their own memories of childhood, their own struggles for autonomy, as they [did] about the cultural, social, economic, religious, and literary backgrounds that constitute the milieu of the novel." Like other books in the MLA's Approaches to Teaching World Literature series, this one is divided into two parts. The first part, "Materials," discusses editions, relevant background and critical studies, biographies, bibliographies, and other aids to teaching. In the second part, "Approaches," twenty contributors discuss Brontë's background and biography; the influence of Christianity, fairy tales, and Gothic fiction on her work; the themes of the novel and its social and political implications; its film and stage adaptations; relevant artworks (paintings, etchings, and portraits); and various theoretical approaches to teaching the book.

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