Why are the names of places in Jane Austin and the book Jane Eyre blocked out with a hyphen example... -shire?
Because they don't exsist. Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte were both using fictional places, so instead of making up names and taking away from the reality of the books, they did as was the custom during that time and just ignored the first part of the name.
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Fire and Ice. It is found throughout the book. Mr. Rochester/ fire (is passion/love/desire...all she has ever craved) while St. John/ ice (is cold and hard like a rock...he of…fers Jane a life of duty and missionary work in the name of God)
The novel has 5 main settings in northern England: Jane's childhood "home" with the Reeds at Gateshead Lowood School Mr. Rochester's house called Thornfield the Rivers' home a…t Moor House Mr. Rochester's rural place in Ferndean
England, the United Kingdom. She is a sort of nanny or aide de-estate to coin a title on the large estate of Mr. Rochester. Rochester starts out as a kind of heavy character (… he was played by Orson Welles in one film version) but mellows as the plot develops. It has its overtones of mystery and suspense. It was one of the first novels, as distinct from fairy tales and fantasies to have a strong woman female lead character.
It is about a girl named Jane and her life in the 19th century. She has no parents and lives with her abusive aunt, until she goes to school and eventually finds a job. The bo…ok is a gothic romance, so there are elements of both love and mystery.
Jane is a simple but strong, independent, English woman
It is popular because it is a "good read." It has an interesting plot as well as presenting us with a picture of life in mid-1800s England. Read it on your own before it com…es up in your highschool class--then, you can take in the story at your own pace.
Edward. When he proposed to Jane, he told her to use his name, Edward.
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.
his cousin, he was Ms.Reed's oldest son
YES! It is one of my favorites, and I really recommend it.
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 call…ed 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.
1. take off clothes 2 have sex with your mummy
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.
First of all is is Jane Eyre. It is pronounced Air. My guess he favorite book would be the Bible. Writers in the nineteenth century were always tacking on religious asides to …keep the censors comfortable. Jane Eyre is a deeply introspective, ( psychological) novel and such asides up to a point move the plot along and set the stage.
Jane Eyre takes place in the Victorian period in England.