`...a valuable book for anyone wanting to move beyond critical pieties to an understanding of the relation between the Brontes' work and their society. Dr Eagleton asks questions which ought be asked.' Juliet Dusinberre, Notes and Queries `...this is a book of real stature, of cogent and steely argument and analysis....' Adrian Poole, Cambridge Review. This widely acclaimed Marxist study of the Brontes is now available in paperback. In this second edition a new introduction has been added.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements - Introduction to the Second Edition - Introduction to the First Edition - Jane Eyre - The Professor - Shirley - Villette - The Structure of Charlotte Bronte's Fiction - Wuthering Heights - Anne Bronte - Notes - Index
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