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-Intro -Definition of vitalism: Tie into the opposite of vitalism, tie into her roots of not wanting to go on walks and being a frail book worm, she only knew an existence of being a burden; a cold and unhealthy existence in a terrible environment of repression. -Upon education janes mind is filled with stories of travel (gullivers travels) and other fiction and stories of life. Her exposure to Christian doctrine strengthens her discourses and gives her direction, but she also learns of leniency and the bending of rules that goes on within Lowood. Especially in the case of brustlewurse, who embodies a corrupt saint and details to Jane what not to become like. -her first full utterance in which she describes herself being unsatisfied and details a shift in motivation for her. She becomes a competent and remarkable woman and after a few years of work at Lowood, her abilities in servitude ascend to a higher level and a desire for movement develops. This is the first time that she a. expresses a discourse of vitalism
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