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Men in VILLETTE

How would you characterize the male characters in Villette?  Do you have a favorite?  One you dislike?  What does Bronte's characterization of various male characters tell us about her views of men in her time?  Of women?  Relationships between the two?
 
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Re: Men in VILLETTE

my favorite male character was dr john

my least fave was m.paul

then he turned into my favorite character

 

 

ive read all of charlotte's work i would have to say jane eyre and villete are her best work

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