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Unformatted text preview: burn inwardly bottled up inside herit could also mean that it would eat her up inside to not be able to act on her own desires Reader, do you know what terror those cold people could put into the ice of their questions? (419) While earnestly wishing to erase from his mind the trace of my former offenceI had burnt it in. (420) Fire and Ice Imagery in Physical Appearance and Emotion glow of fervor and flow of joy (401) o Glow insinuates light, as in fire shows on St. Johns sisters faces you are always agitated and pale (422) o Agitated and pale are paired upJane lacks warm content or joy I put her cool hand to my hot forehead. (422) o The heat of her forehead indicates that there is a fire or a passion within her....
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- Jane Eyre, Fire, Passion, Jane Eyre