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Selected Videographic Essays and Criticism by Catherine Grant

Framing Incandescence: Elizabeth Taylor in JANE EYRE

This is a FILM STUDIES FOR FREE and FILMANALYTICAL video primer, compiled and edited by Catherine Grant. It offers an audiovisual introduction to issues of film performance, cinematic staging, and gender in relation to Elizabeth Taylor's brief, uncredited role as doomed-child character Helen Burns in Robert Stevenson's 1944 film JANE EYRE, adapted from Charlotte Brontë's 1847 novel.

It was made according to principles of Fair Use (or Fair Dealing), primarily with scholarly and critical aims, and was published under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 License in April 2011