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《Journal of Mudanjiang University》 2018-09
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Space Escaping and the Metaphor “Window” in Jane Eyre

DONG Yan-yan;College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Northwest Normal University;  
Jane Eyre takes time and space as the complementary clues, which tells Jane Eyre, the heroine's miserable childhood in Gateshead, her study period in Lowood School, and the love story at Thornfield. Spaces are the specific places that power works. The spaces in Jane Eyre reflect the imprisonment of the patriarchal society to women. "Window" is one of the spaces that best reflect Jane's rebellious spirit and her escaping process to the margin of the society.
【Fund】: 2015年度教育部人文社会科学研究规划基金项目“维多利亚小说中的空间想象与女性主体的建构”的阶段性研究成果(项目编号:15XJA752002)
【CateGory Index】: I561.074
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