The present study aims at examining, the image of female characters in Charlotte Bronte's Villette .The study is divided into three chapters and a conclusion . Chapter One is an introduction which aims at tracing Charlotte Bronte's literary style in describing her extreme image of the female characters. Chapter Two traces Charlotte Bronte's contributions, reputations and quality of writing. Chapter Three examines. The Image of Female Characters in Bronte's Villette. Also it cast light on the story of the novel, limits of realism in the novel, and the image of Lucy Snowe who is probably the most complex of Charlotte Bronte's female characters. The conclusion gives a brief summary of the study findings For instance.Through Lucy Snowe as a female character, we see in her a reconciling of the rational and the passionate, as she grows painfully from an observant characters , through repression and despair, to a loving, liberated, and independent woman.
Ali Albashir Mohammed Al-Haj was born in Sudan/ Berber 12th of June 1966. Graduated from Yemen University (1995)(Sanaa,) and University of Khartoum(2000) and obtained Bachelor of Arts(English) Postgraduate diploma(English),.M.A in English from University of Khartoum(2000) English literature. And PhD in English literature (2003). PhD in translation, Omdurman Islamic University 2014) Ali is pursuing his 3rd phd in pure linguistics. Now Ali is working as associate professor at Jazan University/ Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ali has published 25 books and 20 Articles in national and international journals. Ali has translated 8 books,( The Art of Leadership by Dr. Gassem Alharabi , The Recruitment in Saudi Civil Service by Dr. Hamed Alshamery Jazan University At A Glance and The Light Track and Love( Arabic Metric Poetry) by Rahuf Almaubark). He published 36 books),. Ali is a member of Editing Board of Marco Institute Journals, International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature ISSN 2200-3592 (Print) , ISSN 2200-3452 (Online),scholrlink journals and he is also a supervisor of 4 PhD theses in English language.