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Charlotte Brontë's novel Jane Eyre is influenced by the classic fairy tale hopes and dreams of the traditional 'Beauty and the Beast'. Yet Charlotte's message also stands apart from the fairy-tale tradition because, through Jane Eyre, she harnesses all the power of a fairy tale to challenge the ideas that gave rise to the stereotypical ideal Victorian woman. Coventry Patmore's mid-nineteenth-century poem 'The Angel in the House' represents the type of cultural mythology that Charlotte Brontëdoi:10.1179/174582206x85822 fatcat:heik3zd3vbhqtbxpytph6yl6bq