Raymundo 1Jason Raymundo Professor DickisonOctober 22, 2017 English101AShort Writing 2: Integrating QuotationsIn reading the novel, Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, the author illustrates how the main character, Jane, process of acceptance throughout the novel. In the beginning of chapter 2, where Jane is going to be locked in the “red room”, the servants, Bessie Lee and Miss Abbot, escorts her towards there because of the scuffle that Jane and John Reed had in the end of chapter 1. Mrs. Reed sends Jane directly at the red room. We can see an example of how Jane experiences the abuse in the following passage when Miss Abbot scolds Jane towards the red room, “No; youare less than a servant, for you do nothing for your keep. There, sit down, and think over your wickedness.” (Bronte 15) Miss Abbot maltreats Jane to make her feel that she is not welcome in the family at all. Miss Abbot believes that Jane is just causing trouble in the family. Bronte also explains Jane’s symbolization to the red room. The red room is symbolic for Jane’s feeling of isolation with respect that she never gets from people she encounters. Jane is always treated as a lower class among everyone. When Jane is in the red room, she senses the feeling of being locked in. She is trap inside the dark-looking red room. She also feels locked out by her class andgender hierarchies. She experiences this again in Thornfield. When she works as governess for Mr. Rochester, she situates herself in a border between an upper class and a servant class. Jane and Mr. Rochester have mutual feelings with each other.