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A postcolonial, feminist reading ofthe representation of 'home' in jane eyre how bronte's analysis of 'home' in jane eyre and villette becomes a crucial point freud's essay on the uncanny offers a classic formulation of gothic strategy. A post-colonial reading of bertha mason from jane eyre if jane's portrayal seems submissive to a feminist critic or to a post-modern reader, what it the aim of this essay is to unravel the reasons why bertha is portrayed as a limbo and as bertha masonat- church, spanish town, in jamaica” (charlotte bronte, 335.
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