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Charlotte Brontë : legacies and afterlives, edited by Amber K. Regis and Deborah Wynne

Label
Charlotte Brontë : legacies and afterlives
Title
Charlotte Brontë
Title remainder
legacies and afterlives
Statement of responsibility
edited by Amber K. Regis and Deborah Wynne
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
823.8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1963-
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  • Regis, Amber K.,
  • Wynne, Deborah
Series statement
Interventions: rethinking the nineteenth century
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  • Brontë, Charlotte
  • English literature
Label
Charlotte Brontë : legacies and afterlives, edited by Amber K. Regis and Deborah Wynne
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: picturing Charlotte Brontë; Part I Ghostly afterlives: cults, literary tourism and staging the life; 1 The 'Charlotte' cult: writing the literary pilgrimage, from Gaskell to Woolf ; Gaskell's 'wild little maiden from Haworth'; Charlotte's ghost, grave and things; Woolf in Haworth; Charlotte's afterlife in Haworth; Notes; References; 2 The path out of Haworth: mobility, migration and the global in Charlotte Brontë's Shirley .
  • Shirley's 'furrin' parts''Wandering alone in strange countries': women on the move; What Rose did next: the writings of Mary Taylor; Conclusion; Notes; References; 3 Brontë countries: nation, gender and place in the literary landscapes of Haworth and Brussels ; Brontë myths; Literary tourists in Brussels; Notes; References; 4 Reading the revenant in Charlotte Brontë's literary afterlives: charting the path from the 'silent country' ... ; 'Unquiet souls!' The Brontës in poetic proto-fiction; Suffused with the supernatural: Elizabeth Gaskell's Life of Charlotte Brontë
  • From silent sleepers to speaking spectresNotes; References; 5 Charlotte Brontë on stage: 1930s biodrama and the archive/museum performed ; Relics and remains: museum, biography and edition; Archival contingencies: Alfred Sangster's The Brontës (1932); Curatorial contingencies: Rachel Ferguson's Charlotte Brontë (1933); 'They and I belong to the immortals.'; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; Part II Textual legacies: influences and adaptations; 6 'Poetry, as I comprehend the word': Charlotte Brontë's lyric afterlife ; Lyrics and old ballads in The Professor and Jane Eyre
  • The quiet poet in ShirleyConclusion: lyrics and old ballads in Jane Eyre II; Note; References; 7 The legacy of Lucy Snowe: reconfiguring spinsterhood and the Victorian family in inter-war women's writing ; The Brontë myth and mid-Victorian reticence; Victorian spinsterhood and changing perceptions of women's work; Rebelling against the Victorian family: the spinster heroines of May Sinclair and Winifred Holtby; Notes; References; 8 Hunger, rebellion and rage: adapting Villette ; 'Hunger, rebellion, and rage'; 'Old and new acquaintance': Villette as always already adapted
  • Spying and surveillance in VilletteThe Pensionnat Beck and education; Paul Emanuel; Voicing Lucy Snowe; 'There is enough said': the ending of Villette; Conclusion; Notes; References; 9 The ethics of appropriation; or, the 'mere spectre' of Jane Eyre ... ; Respect or retaliation, nostalgia or theft: accessibility, unresolved tensions ... ; Complicated layers of re-vision: the presence of Wide Sargasso Sea; 'Worn to nothing'? Depletion, originality and the 'mere spectre' of Jane Eyre; Doing a similar plot in different voices: secrets, marginalisation and multiplicity
Control code
on1000154280
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 303 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781526119841
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1000154280
Label
Charlotte Brontë : legacies and afterlives, edited by Amber K. Regis and Deborah Wynne
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; Notes on Contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: picturing Charlotte Brontë; Part I Ghostly afterlives: cults, literary tourism and staging the life; 1 The 'Charlotte' cult: writing the literary pilgrimage, from Gaskell to Woolf ; Gaskell's 'wild little maiden from Haworth'; Charlotte's ghost, grave and things; Woolf in Haworth; Charlotte's afterlife in Haworth; Notes; References; 2 The path out of Haworth: mobility, migration and the global in Charlotte Brontë's Shirley .
  • Shirley's 'furrin' parts''Wandering alone in strange countries': women on the move; What Rose did next: the writings of Mary Taylor; Conclusion; Notes; References; 3 Brontë countries: nation, gender and place in the literary landscapes of Haworth and Brussels ; Brontë myths; Literary tourists in Brussels; Notes; References; 4 Reading the revenant in Charlotte Brontë's literary afterlives: charting the path from the 'silent country' ... ; 'Unquiet souls!' The Brontës in poetic proto-fiction; Suffused with the supernatural: Elizabeth Gaskell's Life of Charlotte Brontë
  • From silent sleepers to speaking spectresNotes; References; 5 Charlotte Brontë on stage: 1930s biodrama and the archive/museum performed ; Relics and remains: museum, biography and edition; Archival contingencies: Alfred Sangster's The Brontës (1932); Curatorial contingencies: Rachel Ferguson's Charlotte Brontë (1933); 'They and I belong to the immortals.'; Acknowledgements; Notes; References; Part II Textual legacies: influences and adaptations; 6 'Poetry, as I comprehend the word': Charlotte Brontë's lyric afterlife ; Lyrics and old ballads in The Professor and Jane Eyre
  • The quiet poet in ShirleyConclusion: lyrics and old ballads in Jane Eyre II; Note; References; 7 The legacy of Lucy Snowe: reconfiguring spinsterhood and the Victorian family in inter-war women's writing ; The Brontë myth and mid-Victorian reticence; Victorian spinsterhood and changing perceptions of women's work; Rebelling against the Victorian family: the spinster heroines of May Sinclair and Winifred Holtby; Notes; References; 8 Hunger, rebellion and rage: adapting Villette ; 'Hunger, rebellion, and rage'; 'Old and new acquaintance': Villette as always already adapted
  • Spying and surveillance in VilletteThe Pensionnat Beck and education; Paul Emanuel; Voicing Lucy Snowe; 'There is enough said': the ending of Villette; Conclusion; Notes; References; 9 The ethics of appropriation; or, the 'mere spectre' of Jane Eyre ... ; Respect or retaliation, nostalgia or theft: accessibility, unresolved tensions ... ; Complicated layers of re-vision: the presence of Wide Sargasso Sea; 'Worn to nothing'? Depletion, originality and the 'mere spectre' of Jane Eyre; Doing a similar plot in different voices: secrets, marginalisation and multiplicity
Control code
on1000154280
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 303 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781526119841
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1000154280

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