Who was Jane Eyre's love?
Jane Eyre's love was undoubtedly Mr. Rochester. Though she considered marriage to St.John, she did not truly love him, but instead respected him and his devotion to his faith. But it Mr. Rochester whom she loved, and married and lived as happily ever after as the imagination of Charlotte Bronte would have allowed.
In chapter 1, Jane Eyre is a poor orphan living with her relatively wealthy aunt and cousins. Both Mrs. Reed and John Reed are abusive towards Jane; Mrs. Reed always takes Johnâ??s side when there is an incident. When John attacks Jane in the first chapter, Mrs. Reed sends Jane to the haunted red room where Jane faints after hallucinating and seeing an apparition.
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.
If you are asking what genera Jane Eyre is in, Jane Eyre is a mix between both Romantic and Gothic. Jane Eyre has evidence for both such as love for nature (The apple tree, the walks Jane and Rochester takes) which is a part of romanticism, and The strong emotions portrayed throughout (The love between Rochester and Jane, the sense of loss and confusion Jane has after running from Thornfield) which is a part of…