On the Position Changing of Jane·Eyre in British Literature History

Wenjing WANG


Making a general survey of Jane·Eyre status changing process from its publication to the end of the last century, it is certain that the novel is a dynamic classic after its publication because of its own and outside factors. However, between the late 19th and the beginning of the 20th, the society and commentors transferred their focus from Charlotte and his works, causing Jane·Eyre to be stative classic. Since the middle period of the last century the dynamic classic position of Jane·Eyre was again raised.


classic position; changing; British literature history

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Charlotte, B., & Li, Q. Y. (1982). Jane·Eyre. Shanxi Publishing House.

Gaskell. (1987). The biography of charlotte bronte. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House.

Jing, D. L. (1937). English literature survey. Shanghai: Shanghai Commercial Press.

Jing, S. S. (1931). European literature survey. Shanghai: Shen Zhou Guo Guang Club.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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