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Unformatted text preview: in ''as if I had been wandering amongst volcanic-looking hills, and had suddenly felt the ground quiver" (Ch. 18) we have an image that suggests one of the novel's major themes. How does Bront employ fire both literally and figuratively in the Thornfield section? 6) Why can Jane find happiness with Rochester now? Explain the importance of each of the following to Jane: a. Rochester's freedom from a wife b. Rochester's injuries c. Jane's inheritance d. Jane's discovery of a family at Moor House e. Jane's knowledge of her own self 7) What considerations -- other than the proverbial happy ending -- do you suspect provoked Charlotte Bront to restore Rochester's sight at the end of the Ferndean section of the novel?...
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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.
- Fall '06
- Jane Eyre, Fire, Jane Eyre, St. John Rivers