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Do you guys have Women's search for independence in Charlotte Brontes Jane Eyre?

I wanted to know if this was available here. I need this book to help me with a school paper and wanted to see if you have it! Thanks!!
Last Updated: May 14, 2014  |  12 Views

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I am sorry to say that we do not. If you have plenty of time before your paper is due, you could request that we borrow it from another library system via interlibrary loan (you would have to pay the postage one-way). Otherwise...we do have some critical books on Charlotte Bronte's work, such as http://omaha.bibliocommons.com/item/show/1051987060_charlotte_bronte

Or I would suggest looking for articles in one of the articles and journals databases in our resource center: http://www.omahalibrary.org/resource-center 

Both General OneFile and Wilson Omnifile Full-Text Select, especially the second one, are likely to have some good academic-level articles about Jane Eyre and/or Charlotte Bronte and her work. I am emailing you a link to some possible articles. You can also explore the database yourself from home if you have an internet connection and a library card--you will need to know your 4-digit PIN as well.

If you have any trouble using the databases, just call us at 402-444-4817 or 402-444-4826, and one of us can walk you through it.

Good luck with your paper!

Martha/Main Library

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