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JANE EYRE by Charlotte Brontë

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JANE EYRE by Charlotte Brontë
Feelings
THE PLOT
- Jane Eyre is an orphan.
- Lowood School.
- Job as the governess at Thornfield Hall.
- Jane falls in love with Mr. Rochester.
- Mr. Rochester asks Jane to marry him.
- Mr. Rochester has a madwife.
- Jane runs away
- Did Jane forgive Mr. Rochester?
CHARLOTTE BRONTË (1816-1855)
- was raised in a strict Anglican home by her clergyman father and her religious aunt.
- her two eldest siblings died.
- was a writer all her life.
- JANE EYRE (1847) her first novel.
JANE EYRE
At Gateshead Hall
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At Lowood School
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At Thornfield Hall
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- unhappiness
- sadness
- loneliness
- terrified
- reading
grown-up´s books
- Bessie
- sadness
- miserable
- first and best friend
- more patient
- restlessness
- sadness
- love
- hope
intelligent
honest
mature
rational
simple
friendly
Mr. ROCHESTER
wealthy
rudely
stern
serious
Gothic and Romance novel.
ACTIVITY
Have you ever been mistreated or unfairly criticised?

Please describe your feelings!
QUOTES
Personal conclusion
- how speaks to the reader, way she talks about feelings.
- Jane Eyre not help, makes own and right decision, a mature woman.
- Rochester not greatest man, she loves him, strong women.
- Recommendation
- helps to take own decision/feelings.
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