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Schumer 1“‘Oh, sir!—never mind jewels! I don’t like to hear them spoken of. Jewels for Jane Eyre sounds unnatural and strange: I would rather not have them.’‘I will myself put the diamond chain round your neck, and the circlet on your forehead,—which it will become: for nature, at least, has stamped her patent of nobility on this brow, Jane; and I will clasp the bracelets on these fine wrists, and load these fairy-like fingers with rings.’‘No, no, sir! think of other subjects, and speak of other things, and in another strain. Don’t address me as if I were a beauty; I am your plain, Quakerish governess.’‘You are a beauty in my eyes, and a beauty just after the desire of my heart,—delicate and aërial.’‘Puny and insignificant, you mean. You are dreaming, sir,—or you are sneering. For God’s sake don’t be ironical!’”Jane Eyre Passage Paper Chapter 24 Jane Eyre has her own description that comes into play a lot in this novel, and this quote is a great example of her personal self image. When a reader comes across this passage, they may

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