Jane Eyre study questions part 2b

Jane Eyre study - GNED 1300-4 Women in Victorian Society Jane Eyre Study and Discussion Questions Chs 11-20 1 When Jane decides to leave Lowood she

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GNED 1300-4 Women in Victorian Society Jane Eyre Study and Discussion Questions, Chs. 11-20 1. When Jane decides to leave Lowood, she prays for “liberty,” or “at least a new servitude.” At Thornfield, she settles into her new job but is not completely contented. Go to the passage in Ch.12 that begins “Anybody may blame me who likes” and ends with “necessary for their sex” (pp. 100-101 in the Bantam edition). What does Jane claim is necessary for a meaningful existence? How does this relate to the Victorian ideals of “separate spheres” and “the angel in the house”? 2. Jane and Mr. Rochester converse in Ch.13. Describe their conversation. How does he treat her? What does this nearly initial encounter suggest about what the relationship between them will be? 3. In. Ch.14, Rochester tells Jane about himself. How would you describe him? What do you think of him so far? 4. Some early readers of
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2010 for the course GNED 1300 taught by Professor Krouch during the Fall '06 term at Trinity University.

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