What kind of novel Jane Eyre?
Jane Eyre is a Gothic Romance and a Bildungsroman, which means that the character grows up as the book progresses.
In the context of Jane Eyre, an eponymous novel is a novel where the title shares its name with the main character or author. Read More
What "were" the kinds of motifs in Jane Eyre. Read More
19th century English Read More
Jane Eyre is considered a feminist novel because of the journeys that she undergoes throughout the story. Read More
Jane Eyre is a fictional character in an 1847 novel. Read More
yes Jane Eyre can work as a feminist novel for the following reason Jane Eyre marries for love not for convience or nessecity. her independence and determination throughout the novel Works for a living Read More
Jane Eyre was 10 at the start of the novel, and 18 when she went to work at Thornfield. Read More
John is Jane's uncle who lives in Madeira. Read More
I think you mean marxist. It is evident that throughout the novel the Bronte is attempting to deal with the social classes through Jane Eyre who is a rebillious and indepedent character Read More
This does not happen in the novel. Rochester"s wife dies, but not Jane. Read More
Kind of a Heavy- somewhere to the right of Phil Spector and George Putnam. Read More
If you are asking if the novel Jane Eyre has changed since its first publication date, I would say no. The only substantial "change" would be that the original title was Jane Eyre: An Autobiography and that now, we simply refer to it as Jane Eyre. Read More
Charlotte Brontë wrote the book in 1846.Jane Eyre was actually written under the pseudonym Currer Bell. It was not even originally called Jane Eyre; it was actually published under the title Jane Eyre An Autobiography. Read More
Jane Eyre is a novel that was written by Charlotte Bronte. It doesn't represent air but is a story about a girl and her life experiences. Read More
I'm pretty sure she doesn't rebel in any of the novel Read More
Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre Read More
I think that Charlotte Bonte's best selling novel was Jane Eyre. Log onto www.bbc.co.uk and go into the history part and type in Charlotte Bronte. That may help. I think its Jane Eyre though. Read More
She was a 10 years old when she was living with her aunt and cousins. 18 years old later on in the novel. Read More
his name is Edward Read More
Mr. Brocklehurst is in charge of Lowood school. Read More
It was published in 1847, so I assume around that time period. Read More
the book is called " Jane Eyre" and considered a classic piece of literature told as a love story. Read More
Two different novels- Jane Eyre was by Charlotte Bronte, and Vanity Fair was written by William Makepeace Thackeray- unusual name. Thackeray also did a historical novel : The Virginians ( do not confuse with popular TV Western which was based on the Owen Wister novel). Read More
John Eyre was Jane Eyre's uncle in the book, "Jane Eyre." He was a Maderian trader that was looking for Jane. Read More
how does Jane Eyre survive in her aunt hose ??? how does Jane Eyre survive in her aunt hose ??? how does Jane Eyre survive in her aunt hose ??? Read More
Who wrote the novel Jane Erye The novel uses the motifs of an old manor a Byronic hero the madwoman in the attic and the vampire What is the name for these kinds of motifs?
The novel Jane Eyre was written by Charlotte Bronte. These are gothic fiction motifs. Read More
What is the van referring to in the novel Jane Eyre Bronte is speaking of a line of students at Lowood Institution.?
Having looked up the word "van", I can find no meaning which fits the use by Charlotte Bronte in "Jane Eyre" referring to a line of students. Do you have the answer to that? Read More
The climax of Jane Eyre is when Jane travels back to Thornwood and sees that there was a fire. This fire resulted in Rochester maiming an arm and losing his vision. It also resulted in the death of Bertha which finally got rid of all the legal troubles associated with a marriage between Jane and Rochester. Read More
A Breath of Eyre is actually about a girl who gets transported during a lightning storm into the novel, Jane Eyre. The time spent in the novel feels historical since the book is set in 1847, but about two-thirds of the novel is set in Emma's contemporary world. So I wouldn't call it a historical, really. It's more of a contemporary novel with a historical time travel twist. Read More
Why does Jane keep her identity a secret from her new benefactors the Rivers in the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte?
Jane does not want the Rivers to return her to Mr. Rochester, who wants her to come back to Thornfield. Read More
1. Mr. Rochester 2. Ms. Reed 3. Helen Burns/Miss Temple Read More
I would highly recommend Jane Eyre. If you like Wuthering Heights, Frankenstein, or even anything by Jane Austen, Jane Eyre is probably for you. Read More
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Jane Eyre is a governess for Adele. (Mr.Rochester's daughter) Read More
Both fires that take place in the novel are started by Bertha Mason, Rochester's insane wife. Read More