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mercredi 7 octobre 2020
par Me Esse

ideals of womanhood in Victorian Britain

Ideals of Womanhood in Victorian Britain By Lynn Abrams During the reign of Queen Victoria, a woman’s place was considered to be in the home. Then the mood changed, as charitable missions began to extend the female role of service, and Victorian feminism began to emerge as a potent (...)
lundi 1er juin 2020
par Me Esse

Book vs film adaptations

The novel was published in 1847. It has been adapted into a number of other forms, including theatre, film, television - and at least two full-length operas, by John Joubert (1987–1997) and Michael Berkeley (2000). The novel has also been the subject of a number of significant rewritings and (...)
samedi 18 avril 2015
par Me Esse

What ’Jane Eyre’ could teach 21rst century people...

First, that this is a very modern story... Watch this video : a trailer from a Terminale L here in 2016 : Re-writing Jane Eyre as a contemporary story... A terrific song : Come to Thornfield Home... Congratulations to you all lads, you did a great job ! Now, read this article : 11 (...)
vendredi 15 mars 2013
par Me Esse

Jane Eyre : a "coming-of-age" novel

Read about the Brontë sisters and the place where they lived : Haworth Charlotte’s most famous novel depicts the emotional and spiritual development of the heroine, which is mirrored by her physical journeyings throughout the book. It describes her search for self-worth, for identity as an (...)









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