Why does Theodore Roethke compare Jane to birds in Elegy for Jane?
Theodore Roethke compares Jane to the birds in Elegy for Jane because Jane is actually a bird. He refers to Jane for most of the poem as "my sparrow."
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Jane Doe is a name used for a woman whos name is yet to be determined
Jane McCray was killed by Indians under the command of General Bergoine. This event gave fuel to the Americans to defeat Bergoine at Saratoga for the first major American victory in the Revolutionary War Back in the 1700 she was accussed of being a witch and was hung 10 years later she reappeared a…t a town 20 miles away from where she was hung called millersburg Missouri and from there on she was said to still be alive i would know she is supossed to be my grate grandmother!!!!!!!!!!! -breanna- ( Full Answer )
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 and something good will always come out of it. Charlotte Bronte died at age 38 and published her books under pseudonyms.
Martha Jane Cannary, known as Calamity Jane (1852-1903), was a notorious American frontier woman in the days of the Wild West. She usually dressed in men's clothing and passed as a man to get jobs such as a muleskinner, railroad worker, and army scout. She could drink, gamble, and shoot with the bes…t (or worst) of her male companions. For a while she travelled with Wild Bill Hickok and was in Deadwood when he was killed. She later claimed they had been married and she was buried beside him. ( Full Answer )
the "jane fonda," as in Mickey Avalon's song, is a three some between two girls and a guy. its not a dance at all.
Compare contrast Jane Eyre bertha mason to what extent can you justify the view that bertha is the other half of Jane?
Bertha Mason, from a Jungian point of view is Jane Eyre's archetypal shadow. The loud, subversive, and sexually wanton "bad" Bertha is a Victorian nightmare, while Jane is quiet, subservient and a virginal "good" woman. Bertha is exotic and dark, physically large uncouth, and wild Creole woman who r…ebels against societal rules. Jane is plain and small, polite, prime and proper mousey English woman.. They are the two sides of a coin, in that they both are cast in the unfortunate roles of 19th century women in a repressive male dominated society. They are both women who rail against the restrictions a patriarchal society imposes upon them.. However, as the shadow side of "woman," Bertha refuses to conform to her own peril, while Jane (who does her share of little rebellions) eventually bows to society's rules and "wins" -- not only an inheritance but her man -- thus securing her a more equal position in society. ( Full Answer )
"Jane Eyre" is a classic British novel published in 1847 by Charlotte Bronte, under the pseudonym Currer Bell. In the book, the title character is a plain, quiet orphan who lives with her wealthy but cruel aunt and cousins, who torment her to no end. At a young age, she is practically disowned by he…r spiteful aunt and sent to a cold, disease-ridden boarding school, where she soon finds that she has a love of learning. By the time she turns eighteen, she is a teacher at the boarding school, and decides to find a job as a governess, which is basically a mix between a tutor and nanny that lived with the child's family. She is hired by a woman named Mrs. Fairfax, and moves into Thornfield Hall, the ominous estate her student, a little French girl names Adele, lives in. She learns that Mrs. Fairfax is the housekeeper, and that Adele the ward of the master of the house, the mysterious and rich Mr. Rochester. At first, Mr. Rochester strikes Jane as brooding and cruel, but as the two grow closer to one another, she and her employer begin to fall in love. He proposes, but on the day of the wedding, it is revealed that he is already married to a woman her does not love who went insane, and to keep her out of a mental asylum, where she would be mistreated, he stowed her away in the attic of Thornfield Hall. Jane, heartbroken, runs away from Thornfield Hall, where after weeks of wandering without food, money, or water, she is taken in by a family consisting of two sisters, Diana and Mary, and their stoic older brother, St. John. St. John gives Jane a job as a teacher in the nearby village, and as he plans to go to India to be a missionary, asks Jane to marry him so she can come too. Jane, not being in love with St. John, refuses, and decides to go back to Mr. Rochester. She finds out that there was a fire at Thornfield Hall, and that in this fire Mr. Rochester's wife died, not to mention he lost his sight. She finds his new home, and after reconciling, they get married and live happily ever after. It's a really good book, one of my favorites, and I recommend you read it. ( Full Answer )
Jane Pittman was a slave which author Ernest J. Gaines wrote about in his book, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. He wrote it in 1971 but in 1974 it was made into an Emmy Award winning made for TV movie starring Cicely Tyson.
Jane is a Hebrew name and means "God is gracious". people may call her god of gracious but i have a better name for her that i call her and it is mum!! mum if you ever learn how to use a computer and you are reading this i would like you to know that i love EVERYTHING you do even when we fight i en…joy it but i love you and always will. When im at dad si miss you like crazy and i just long for you, your voice, your touch!! so mum when we are arguing please know that i love you more and more each day!!! i love you Kirsten xox ( Full Answer )
Jane Brighton is from the movie Nacy Drew. She is Dehlia Draycott's daughter and was adopted. Nancy tries to help prove that Jane is dehlia's daughter after Dehlia's agent- Dashiel Zachary Beidermeyer- murdered Dehlia. They try to find the will that says that Jane gets all her belongings and her e…state. Dehilia Draycott is not real Nancy Drew made a based story after black dahlia. ( Full Answer )
Jane Yolen is an American writer. She has written around 300 books, mostly in the fantasy genre. One of her better known series is Pit Dragon . These include Dragon's Blood, Heart's Blood , A Sending of Dragons. In addition to fantasy, she writes science fiction, folklore, and children's books…. She is also the author of one of my daughter's all time favorite books , How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight. --Jane Yolen is actually best know for her picture books, though she does write across almost every genre. Her book, OWL MOON won the Caldecott Award in 1988 and her HOW DO DINOSAURS series of picture books are consistently found on best seller lists. Her Holocaust novel THE DEVIL'S ARITHMETIC is considered a modern classic and was made into a Showtime Original Movie starring Kirstin Dunst. In the summer of 2010, her 300th book, ELSIE'S BIRD was published. ( Full Answer )
Wrote many popular period books, and there are societies dedicated to the reading of those books and celebration of the authors life.
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They are equally grammatically correct. Where 'I' would be correct (subject of verb) 'Jane and I' will obviously be correct. Where 'me' would be correct (object of verb) 'Jane and me' will obviously be correct. 'I am going shopping.' 'Jane and I are going shopping.' 'He gave the money to me.…' 'He gave the money to Jane and me.' Barbarisms such as 'He gave the money to Jane and I' result from a misunderstanding of the instruction given to children to say 'Jane and I are going out' rather than 'Me and Jane are going out' or 'Jane and me are going out.' Yes, you should say 'Jane and I are going out', because 'Jane and I' is the subject of the verb 'are going'. It's very, very simple. Just leave out the 'Jane' and see what you would say. Would you say 'He gave the money to I'? No, you wouldn't. You would say 'He gave the money to me.' ( Full Answer )
Jane Slaughter is a British actress who is best known for playing the recurring background role of Tracey in EastEnders  from 1986.. She also appeared as Joanna in The History Man in 1981 and played Petrova in Ballet Shoes in 1975. 
I'm not fully sure but i think the part Dakota fanning plays is Jane who makes ppl feel pain :( and apparently their probably gonna use a gci for renesmee witch is a robot it might just b a rumor I'm really bummed cause i herd the oldest their gonna go is 7 :(
Jane austen was a very famous author in the 19th century. Her work included pride and prejudice, sense and sensibility, mansfield park, Emma etc. Austen died in 1817.
The gyspy is trying to get Jane to say if there is anybody in the Thornfield that she likes.. She also keeps asking about her relationship with Mr. Rochester, but Jane does not give anything away to her.
Jane Addams founded the hull house settlement in 1889.She was the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Price.
Elizabeth and Jane Bennet are the only Bennet girls who are sensible, but that is about at far as there similarities go. They differ in their ideas about love and how they look on the world. Elizabeth looks on the world and people in general with an eye ready to censure if she sees things wrong or c…orrupt. Jane on the other hand forgives people and sees them as better than they are no matter what they do. ( Full Answer )
viola works under orsino likewise Jane works under mr. Rosester. viola loves orsina but does not reveal her love immediately likewise Jane does.
a Jane is a female donkey while a jack is a male sometimes referred to to as a jackass
Jane has these special powers that can, like control you or something like that so Edward is like knelling on the ground
Both of the following quote come from 'the neglected book page' website. Peter Brooke , who directed the 1963 movie version of Lord of the Flies said... It's a British novel from 1960s about three adolescent boys who kidnap a boy and keep him in a cave in a quarry. It's been compared to Lord of th…e Flies. It got great reviews when it came out. I've just finished it and thought it was extremely well done. But a real enigma. I can't figure out what it is really about except perhaps the breakdown of society. Richard Freeman , in the Saturday Review ... â¦ is an allegory with a variety of more or less cosmic overtones. The action takes place not in a normal, pastoral English summer, but in an arid wasteland during a fierce heat wave. Images of darkness and light are strewn about and the cave is philosophically associated with the one in Plato's Republic. The victim, especially, is given much symbolic weight to bear as a universal scapegoatâ¦. Ultimately, the book is about the complex symbiosis between prosecutor and prey. If Quarry is less richly imagined than Lord of the Flies and lacks its verbal distinction, it is nevertheless an extraordinarily assured first novel, and is even superior to Golding's in its control of allegory, the bare bones of which are less frequently allowed to obtrude. ( Full Answer )
There is not a member named Jane.The song uses the name as their album ( i.e. songs about Jane ) as a metaphor. She was Adam's ex-girlfriend and who inspired the songs on the album
When she was little she was given a life like chimpanzee doll. Since then she has loved them all along.
Jane Goodall does what she does because she has a love for chimpanzees that is inseparable!
Would you say 'You are stuck with I' or 'You are stuck with me'? Adding Jane to the situation makes no difference to the grammar!
Rochester does not use any special technique to seduce Jane Eyre, however he does take her for a walk every day and tells her about his travels throughout the world. These actions create the image of a really interesting man that cares about her and treats her as an equal, Jane Eyre becomes madly in… love with him mainly because he is the first person that does not hurt her or diminish her. ( Full Answer )
At the begining of the story she is shy and scared and naive but at the end she matures and becomes less awkward.
Jane Beale is the wife of Ian Beale in the UK soap "EastEnders". She is played by Laurie Brett.
she is an Australian author, who wrote and published her first book at 11 years old
Calamity Jane got her name by saving a leader while heading back to the Post. It all started when Capt Egan was shot while riding his horse. Calamity (Martha) saw him falling and rode over and caught him just in time. As he recovered he laughingly said"I name you Calamity Jane, heroine of the plains…." She said she lived up to that name ever since! ( Full Answer )
it all depends if she is being herself or not, or if she is wearing make up instead of her natural looks im only 11 years old and know that
Jane Laev is a Professional Astrologer conducting a worldwide practice from her office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is most known for her gambling prediction columns with nationwide casinos. Her practice also includes consultations and public speaking engagements with professional associations and c…orporations. ( Full Answer )
she helped find medication for cancer whilst she was ill herself. she died on September 3rd 2007.
Jane Lynch is an actress. She has appeared on many television shows like, Two and a Half Men and Criminal Minds. She currently plays the role of Sue Sylvester in Glee.
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.
Mia Wasikowska plays Jane in the 2011 movie Jane Eyre. This is the same actress who was in popular movies such as Alice in Wonderland (2010) and Restless (2011).
The character Jane Quimby is probably 17 because she is a senior in the show (she was a contender for class valedictorian). In a recent episode she had a birthday so she turned 18 now. Erica Dasher (born October 26, 1986) was 25 when she starred in the series that ran from January to August 2012, …totaling 18 episodes. ( Full Answer )
Certainly, she"s a good-girl character, not a femme Fatal or some sort of well, female gangster type. Lead man Rochester ( not the Jack Benny character!) sort of vacillates between a tough guy, heel, and Good guy, they obviously see too much of each other, and there is a morbid air of captivity to t…he whole narrative. ( Full Answer )
The theme of the poem is about the storm in a certain place. No, it is not. Please don't listen to this very vague answer, you'll find a better one someplace else where people are seriously answering your question.
Jane Perkins is an artist. She models using bit of used materials, she now only uses plastic. Her work has brought a lot of inspiration to other artists. She is based in Devon. She has a website, bluebirds.
Jane was an orphan. She is a Gateshall because her uncle promisedher that he would take care of her.
Yes, the word 'Jane' is a noun, a proper noun , the name of a person.
"Jane the Killer" is not a who it's a what. It is aninternet fiction loosely based on the internet fiction "Jeff thekiller."
The speaker of Theodore Roethke's An Elegy for Jane is one of herformer professors. He stands at the graveside and professes hislove for her. It is not a romantic love, but a love for what sherepresents, such as vulnerability and curiosity.
No, the word 'Jane' is a noun , a word for aperson. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The personal pronouns that take the place of thenoun 'Jane' are she as the subject of a sentenceor a clause, and her as the object of a verb or apreposition. Example: Jane …made the cake. She bakes a lot. I will ask her for the recipe. The pronoun 'her' is also a possessive adjective ,a word that is placed before a noun to describe the noun asbelonging to a specific female. Example: Jane made the cake. Her cakes are always delicious. The possessive pronoun , a word that takes theplace of a noun belonging to a female, is 'hers'. Example: Jane made the cake. The recipe is hers . The reflexive and intensive pronoun that takes the place of a nounfor a female is 'herself'. A reflexive pronoun reflects back to the nounantecedent, the noun that a pronoun is replacing. Example: Jane made herself acake. An intensive pronoun is used to emphasize the nounantecedent. Example: Jane herself made the cake. ( Full Answer )
Jane Krakowski, a singer and actress who began performing as a child, probably is best known for her multi-Emmy Award-nominated role as Jenna Maroney on the NBC sitcom "30 Rock." In 2003, she won the Tony Award for Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in the Broadway revival of "Nine."
i'm not sure all i know is that michael and jane end the weddingand then rafeal asks her to marry him, she rejects and ruins therelation ship. Who does she marry in season two? stay tuned to findout.