Advertising as Imperial Agency in Jane Eyre
 Peterson has taken this information from Census of Great Britain, 1851 as cited in J.A. Banks, Prosperity and Parenthood (London, 1965).
 Jameson, One the Relative Social Position of Mothers and Governesses, in Memoirs and Essays, (1846), p 253-255
 Many critics have cemented this claim that Jane is aligning herself with women workers; Marcus notes particularly Kaplan.
 McClintock’s discussion of the relationship between Hannah Cullwick and Arthur Munby provides an excellent case study for a divided class self.
 Peterson notes that a “private governess” refers to a woman who works within the family, at home (4).
 In a modern play production about Jean Rhys, author of Wide Sargasso Sea, and her relationship to Jane Eyre, set designer Angela Davies interestingly creates Bertha’s attic to resemble a ship.
 According to OED