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Is Jane Eyre a realistic book?
By the standards of its time, yes. but the story could not happen today. Jane would have gotten suspicious and using a device invented by one Alexander G. Bell would have called the Police or maybe a psychiatrist- this guy"s nuts! Like Scrooge and Erlking it probably could not happen today in the original sense- with Scrooge, Christmas is so commercialized- no businessman including pawn shops could ignore it! and so on time marches on.
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Jane is a simple but strong, independent, English woman
John Reed who she lives with from chapter 1 to 5. He bullies her since she's an orphan and depends on the Reed family.
Mrs. Reed does not like Jane because her husband, John Reed, took Jane in after her parents died and cared for her more than any of his biological children. Before John died …he asked his wife to treat Jane as one of her own. She does not do that. Once he died, she felt that Jane does not have a real reason to still be living with her.
Jane Eyre is a novel about the struggling life of an orphaned girl'Jane Eyre' who lives in her childhood till the age of 12 with her aunt and cousins who ill-treated her.Later… on she was send to a school for orphaned girls where she spent her life first as a student and then as a teacher.Later on she applied for a job of governess of a little girl.Later on she falls in love with the owner of the mansion in which she worked as a governess,called Mr Rochester then they got married. and Yusra Sharif wrote this
The girls wake up before dawn at the sound of a bell and dress up. then they washed in yhe basin in the middle of the room. again the bell rings and they go down the stairs an…d enter the school room. there, Miss Miller reads out the morning prayers. then they split into their form classes. then another bell rings and the other teachers enter the room. the days collect is repeated and then bible scriptures are read for an hour. another bell then rings and the girls go to breakfast. after breakfast the girls have 15 minutes before lessons begin again at 9. Another bell frings to signal dinner time and after dinner lessons recommence until 5. soon after 5 they have another small meal followed by 30 minutes free time and then study. one tiny snack is then given and then the girls go to bed. ON sundays the girls walk two mile to the local church t have their services. there is no dinner on sundays but cold meat and bread are passed about inbetween services. at the close of the afternoon they return home. sunday evening is spent repeating tje sermons and reading the bible.
John Eyre was Jane's uncle who was a trader in Madeira who came finding for Jane when she was at Lowood.
Jane Eyre is the main character of the novel she lead a very struggling life right from her childhood, She was an orphan girl and was ill-treated by her aunt Mrs. Reed. She wa…s sent to the Lowood institute to be educated. Lowood is an institute for orphans run by a hypocritical clergyman named Mr. Brocklehurst who embezzles money from the institute. There she meets her role models in life: Miss. Maria temple ( the superintendent) and Helen Burns (friend). Jane becomes a teacher there after sometime. Then she gains a position as the governess of little Adele Varens in the Thornfield Hall. Ultimately Jane falls in love with her master there, Mr. Edward Fairfax Rochester who was 20yrs older than her. They both truly loved each other. But in there wedding day, Jane discovers that Rochester already has a wife. Jane flies from Thornfield. But at the end they both are reunited. The character of Jane Eyre is a strong, independent and a passionate one.
Mr Brocklehurst is the man who manages the Lowood Institution. He is a clergyman, but he is often unkind and rude to the teachers and students. He and his family live in… wealth and only dress in the most modern fashions. However, he has all the girls wear plain clothing. On one occasion, he visits the school and looks at the students. He notices that one student, Julia Severn, has red curly hair and says that she should not be worldly and proud. When a teacher tries to defend her by saying that Julia's hair curls naturally, Mr. Brocklehurst says that the nature is evil. He issues an order that Julia's hair should be cut very short so that it cannot curl like it was. This little anecdote demonstrates his gruff personality. He often bought substandard supplies for the school, such as bread that was nearly bad or sewing needles that were hard to use.
She was employed twice in the book. First by Mr. Rochester as his daughter's teacher (governess). Then, as a school teacher (mistress) for her cousin's friend.
Jane Eyre is the main character of the book of the same name by Charlotte Bronte published in 1847. The book Jane Eyre is basically telling you to be true to your decisions a…nd something good will always come out of it. Charlotte Bronte died at age 38 and published her books under pseudonyms.