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Reserve Shelf

These books are located on the Reserve Shelf near the back of the Meckler Library.  Feel free to photocopy anything you need.  The books must remain in the Reading Room.

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Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre - Harold Bloom (Editor, Introduction by)

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The Brontes - Harold Bloom (Introduction by)

Jane Eyre Scholarly Articles

In order to access these articles from off-campus, you must first open the JSTOR database on your computer/iPad.  In case you forgot, the username/passord to login to JSTOR from off-campus is redraiders (for both).  Please don't hesitate to contact Ms. Mervis or Mrs. Doughty if you have any problems accessing these articles.

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