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  • Gateshead Hall Jane
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    Jane Eyre Authors use different types of literary devices such as setting in their works to reveal theme. Setting can be described as the time and place in which an event occurs. It is a major factor in revealing plot and showing character development. The setting in The Grapes of Wrath allows the reader to see the poor conditions in the dust bowl that the Joan family was forced to live and the opportunities they had in California; however, they were unable to obtain them. Charlotte Bronte sets ...
  • Aunt Jane Rebecca's Other Aunt
    406 words
    Text: Wiggin, Kate Douglas. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. 1903. New York: Puffin Books, 1994. Setting: A farm in the small town of River boro in York County, in the late 1800's or early 1900's. Major Characters: Rebecca Randall ~ a girl who grows up with a vivid imagination, and a lot of troubles. In the beginning she is ten years old, and by the end she is 17. Aunt Miranda ~ Rebecca's aunt who she lives with and is very strict, harsh, and demanding. Aunt Jane ~ Rebecca's other aunt whom she also ...
  • Journey Through Jane's Life
    656 words
    The novel Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte consists of continuous journey through Jane's life towards her final happiness and freedom. Jane's physical journeys contribute significantly to plot development and to the idea that the novel is a journey through Jane's life. Each journey causes her to experience new emotions and an eventual change of some kind. These actual journeys help Jane on her four figurative journeys, as each one allows her to reflect and grow. Jane makes her journey from Gateshe...
  • Jane Leaves Gateshead
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    A Woman of Unknown Strength There are several themes in the novel Jane Eyre; however, the most recurring theme is that of Jane's quest for independence, acceptance and love from the people who she encounters in her life. Throughout her life, put into situations beyond her control, she relies upon her inner strength to face these challenges effectively. Anger is the symbol Bront uses as the catalyst in Jane's acquirement of inner strength. Although her display of anger overwhelms her and others a...
  • Jane
    508 words
    In Charlotte Bronte's famous book Jane Eyre, a girl was portrayed that was growing up around the turn of the nineteenth century. Jane was an orphan with no family or friends. She was mistreated and misunderstood by the people around her. Jane seemed doomed for a life of failure, until she decided to go against all odds and stand up for the life of success she deserved. Jane's actions opened the doors for a new interpretation of women and showed that it was possible for a woman of the nineteenth ...
  • Bront's Jane Eyre
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    Sylvia Plath's poetry and Charlotte Bront's Jane Eyre both incorporate an element of feminism and reveal the attitudes women from their respective time periods encountered. Both Plath and Bront express extremely feminine points of view in their work. Jane Eyre spans the course of the Jane's life. Therefore the novel is a bildungsroman, literally meaning a novel (roman) of development (bildung's). The novel describes the growth of Jane's character from childhood to adulthood concentrating on her ...

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