jane eyre exam notes

jane eyre exam notes - BIG: Jane eyre is a story of going...

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The fact that a believer wrote Luke as opposed to a woman (Eyre) writing about herself. Christianity as a way of life huge in both stories Emerging styles of being is a huge theme in both stories. The discourses are the main focus of both stories. The disciples become a parable in themselves, just as the people Jane encounter become lessons/parables to her and the reader. Both employ key elements of what a narrative Is (character development, agents of change like revolution/the weather/discourses). Both: words have extremely deep meaning as jesus uses his language to prescribe the divine style of being & in Jane Eyre when she uses words to verbally attack John Reed after he physically hits her with a book. She also learns jesus’ discourse and applies it. Discourse of the servant in both.
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Unformatted text preview: BIG: Jane eyre is a story of going through life with low expectations (due to her orphanage and upbringing) and that is supplemented by the same discourses that Luke depicts. Of a greater goal, a promise of salvation and purpose in the afterlife. Its this belief that jane applies to her life and that fuels her life of servitude. Dialogic mode does not exist in Luke but is rampant in Jane Eyre. Discursive allegiance: prescribed by Jesus and applied by Jane. Jane makes a move from confusion/discontent, through calvanism, and lands at a mixture that borders romantic vitalism. Christianity is endorsed, not calvanism (brocklehurst and all the other evil men Jane encounters steer the reader away from favoring this doctorate). JANEs ending is an act of providentialism,...
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ENGISH 350: 220 taught by Professor Mcclure during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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