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Transcript of Jane Erye
locations in Jane Eyre's life
starting with her childhood at
Gateshead manor. Then she move
s to a girls bording school called
Lowood. After that she moves to
Thornfield manor and becomes a
Governess. Then she runs away
and resides at the moors house. After living with at the moors house she starts a small school house where she lives. Protagonist The protagonist in the story is Jane Erye. A poor mistreated oprhan who grows up into a strong young woman who gets a job as a Governess for a young girl at Thornfield manor there she falls in love with the lord of the Manor. Antagonist The Antagonist in the story is
Mr. Rochester. A cunning man
who is always scheming to earn Jane
Eryes love. Eventually he won over
Jane Erye and they became engaged
but during the wedding Jane Erye
find out that Mr.Rochester is already
married to a mad woman. Climax When Jane Erye learns during her Wedding that her groom to be is already married she runs away and is left with no food and money and has to survive. Conflict
Throughout the book Jane Erye
struggles to survive whether its being
mistreated at home,living at a poor
bording school or the love affair with
Mr. Rochester. No matter how large
the conflict Jane Erye manages to work
her way past and move on to the future
My Reaction The Book started out slow
but quickly speeds up and
becomes very suspenceful
to a point where you can't but
the book down. There are many
curveballs thrown into the book
that manages to keep your interest
through the book. A would recomend
this english classic to anyone who has
the time to truly enjoy the book.