Jane Eyre’s Daughter by Elizabeth Newark
While I haven’t had an uninterrupted string of glorious reads for my Jane Eyre research this summer, I’m still pretty pleased with what I’ve got so far and aim to read a little bit into the semester. (Which I hope is kosher for my senior thesis, in terms of the class. Huh.) I’ve got the beginnings of a thesis worked out, which Jane Eyre’s Daughter definitely helped with. Plus, I think I’m going to contrast this sort of thing with traditional fannish practices, which will definitely boost the page count. (And hopefully be relevant!) In any case, Jane Eyre’s Daughter did not suck! In fact, I rather enjoyed it, especially after some of the stuff I had to read.