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Title Needy Narrator and Sympathetic Reader: The Critique of Gender Convention and Narrator-Reader Tradition in Charlotte Brontë's Villette Publication Date e Critique of Gender Conventions and Narrator-Reader Tradition in Charlotte Brontë's Villette
T his thesis addresses how Charlotte Brontë 's Villette creates a sympathetic economy that challenges nineteenth-century English gender convention and rst-person novelistic narrator-reader tradition. It posits that Brontë's social critique of gender convention in nineteenth-century England is related to her novelistic critique of narrator-reader tradition in rst-person novels. In the same way that gender convention dictates the context in which social sympathy should be felt therebyfatcat:6nzn5wzxj5aipapj5tzqkdhdni