"The fire and the chandelier were not sufficient company for me": Women of intellect in the novels of Charlotte Brontë
Cox, Lisa L.
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In this study, I will look at the domestic ideology of the nineteenth century Victorian middle-class culture, its practices in regards to women's roles, its cultural capital, and the effects on its estimation of women's intellect. I will then tum to Bronte's portrayal of the culture and her presentation of alternative views and treatment of women who value their intellect and its enrichment.
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