Date of Award
PS3601.D3676 E9 2015
Open Access Thesis
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
David Anthony Durham
Justin Tussing, Interim Director
Dr. Manuel Avalos, Dean
Stonecoast MFA, samurai, women in pre-industrial Japan, Shokunin
Charlotte Bronte's semi-autobiographical 1847 novel Jane Eyre is the source inspiration for EYRE, an illustrated adaptation . EYRE takes the protagonist Jane, an orphaned governess, and places her in a fantastical construct which bridges the worlds of 19th century Japan and England. Jane's story becomes one of an unexpected warrior battling the dark demons of alienation and desire which populate her psyche. Characters are reinterpreted as mythological creatures from within the Japanese spiritual pantheon.
Adams, Andrea Lesley, "Eyre" (2015). All Theses & Dissertations. 178.