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Read Ï Jane Eyre (Chiltern Classic) Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free He story of Jane a seemingly plain and simple girl as she battles through life's struggles Jane has many obstacles in her life her cruel and abusive Aunt Reed the grim conditions at Lowood school her love for Rochester and Rochester's marriage to Bertha. Jane Eyre is the uintessential Victorian novel It literally has everything that was typical of the period but unlike other novels it has all the elements in one story At the centre is the romance between Jane and Rochester which is enhanced by gothic elements such as the uncanniness of the doppleganger and the spectre like ualities of Bertha In addition it is also a governess novel these were an incredibly popular type of storytelling in the age and for it to be combined with gothic elements which are interposed with a dualistic relationship between realism and romance is really uite uniue The correct term for this is a hybrid in which no genre voice is dominant they exist alongside each other creating one rather special bookAnd this is so so special it s an excellent piece of literature Jane s journey is gut wrenching and emotional Through her life she experiences real sorrow the kind that would make a lesser person give up She also experiences real friendship the type that comes across perhaps once in a lifetime But most significantly she experiences true love and the development of independence to form he own ending I really do love this book Bronte utilises the first person narrative which creates a high degree of intimacy with her character it makes me feel like I know Jane as well as she comes to know her own self I am no bird and no net ensnares me I am a free human being with an independent will Jane s a strong willed individual From a very young age she had the clarity of intelligence to recognise the injustice that was her life yes she is narrating her story retrospectively though she still had the perceptiveness to realise how mistreated she was I love the pathetic fallacy Bronte uses at the beginning The child Jane looks out the window shielded by the curtain and witnesses the horrible weather It is cold and bleak it is windy and morose thus we can immediately see the internal workings of Jane s mind The weather reflects her feelings throughout the novel and at the very beginning the situation was at its worse This can also be seen with the fire imagery that represents her rage when she is shoved in the red room it later mirrors that of Bertha s furyEverybody needs love children especially so These early experiences help to define her later character and ultimately influence how she sees the world she still hides behind a curtain in Rochester s house when he flirts with Miss Ingrum These experiences set her on an almost perpetual uest for love for belonging and for the independence to make her own decisions She finds friendship in the form of Helen Burns she gives her some sound advice but Jane cannot fully accept such religious fatalism However it does inspire her a little to continue with life she realises no matter what happens she will always have the love of her greatest friend Jane clings to this idea but ultimately has to seek a permanent solution to her loneliness She needs a vocation one that will fulfil her and give her life meaning thus she becomes a governess and crosses paths with the downtrodden miserable wretch that is Mr RochesterSometimes I feel like Rochester didn t know uite what he wanted When he sees Jane he sees a woman with strength blunt honesty and integrity he sees an emotional eual This attracts her to him which develops into love However when he tries to express his love he does it through trying to claim her as his own Through doing so not only does he show the nature of Victorian marriage he shows his own deep vulnerability He loves her mind her intelligence and he too wants to be loved He longs for it with a frightening passion So instead of doing things the way Jane would have wanted him to do he overwhelms her with expensive affection By doing so he almost loses her All Jane wanted was his heart nothing nothing lessBy showering her with such flattery and expensive items he insults her independence He risks destroying the thing that attracted him to her in the first place their euality their mutual respect and love He takes away her dignity I really don t think the original marriage would have worked Ignore the existence of the mad woman in the attic I just think Rochester would have spoilt it It would have become too awkward They needed to be on the same societal level as well as one of intellect and character The ending is touching and a little sad but it is the only one that could ever have worked for these two characters Without the tragedy there could never have be rejuvenation and the chance for them to be together on eual terms no matter what it cost to get thereIf that wasn t enough reason for me to love this book there are also elements of fantasy and desire This is a realism novel it pertains to credible events but the suggestions of fantasy only add to the strong romantic notions Rochester is enamoured by Jane he cannot believe that a woman like her actually exists All his misguided notions are brushed away in an instant Whilst he views Jane as special it is clear that he realises that other women may also have a similar rebellious voice only hidden He considers her an elf a witch an improbable woman that has captured his desire his heart his soul his life He knows he will never be the same again From Jane s point of view her first encounter with him is otherworldly She had grown bored with her governess role and when she sees the approach of Rochester and his dog Pilot she sees the gytrash myth she wants to see something fantastical instead she finds her heart which is something much rarerThen there are also the feminist elements Jane transgresses the boundary associated with her gender in the Victorian age For a woman to be recognised as having eual intellect to that of a man was sadly a rare thing Women could actually attend university but the downside was they could never get the full degree They could spend months studying though never be recognised as actually having gained the ualification It was just another attempt to keep women under the thumb so for Bronte to portray the truth of Jane s eual intellect is a great step for the recognition of women and women writers This book received a whole host of negative reviews at the time of its publication for this element alone Stupid really but that s misogyny for youReader I love this book I really could go on but this is getting kind of long I hope I ve made it clear why I love this story so much I shall be reading this again later this year to correspond with my exams which I m already looking forward to the reading that is not the exams I don t think will ever have read this story enough though Guide de généalogie en Anjou et Poitou-Charentes-Vendée voice is dominant they exist alongside each other creating one rather special bookAnd this is so so special it s an excellent piece of literature Jane s journey is gut wrenching and emotional Through her life she experiences real sorrow the kind that would make a lesser person give up She also experiences real friendship the type that comes across perhaps once in a lifetime But most significantly she experiences true love and the development of independence to form he own ending I really do love this book Bronte utilises the first person narrative which creates a high degree of intimacy with her character it makes me feel like I know Jane as well as she comes to know her own self I am no bird and no net ensnares me I am a free human being with an independent will Jane s a strong willed individual From a Cuisine de l'Anjou: De A à Z very young age she had the clarity of intelligence to recognise the injustice that was her life yes she is narrating her story retrospectively though she still had the perceptiveness to realise how mistreated she was I love the pathetic fallacy Bronte uses at the beginning The child Jane looks out the window shielded by the curtain and witnesses the horrible weather It is cold and bleak it is windy and morose thus we can immediately see the internal workings of Jane s mind The weather reflects her feelings throughout the novel and at the La maison rurale dans le Maine et le Haut Anjou vocation one that will fulfil her and give her life meaning thus she becomes a governess and crosses paths with the downtrodden miserable wretch that is Mr RochesterSometimes I feel like Rochester didn t know uite what he wanted When he sees Jane he sees a woman with strength blunt honesty and integrity he sees an emotional eual This attracts her to him which develops into love However when he tries to express his love he does it through trying to claim her as his own Through doing so not only does he show the nature of Victorian marriage he shows his own deep Anjou, Touraine vulnerability He loves her mind her intelligence and he too wants to be loved He longs for it with a frightening passion So instead of doing things the way Jane would have wanted him to do he overwhelms her with expensive affection By doing so he almost loses her All Jane wanted was his heart nothing nothing lessBy showering her with such flattery and expensive items he insults her independence He risks destroying the thing that attracted him to her in the first place their euality their mutual respect and love He takes away her dignity I really don t think the original marriage would have worked Ignore the existence of the mad woman in the attic I just think Rochester would have spoilt it It would have become too awkward They needed to be on the same societal level as well as one of intellect and character The ending is touching and a little sad but it is the only one that could ever have worked for these two characters Without the tragedy there could never have be rejuvenation and the chance for them to be together on eual terms no matter what it cost to get thereIf that wasn t enough reason for me to love this book there are also elements of fantasy and desire This is a realism novel it pertains to credible events but the suggestions of fantasy only add to the strong romantic notions Rochester is enamoured by Jane he cannot believe that a woman like her actually exists All his misguided notions are brushed away in an instant Whilst he Val de Loire: Anjou, Touraine, Orléanais, Berry (Guides géologique régionaux) views Jane as special it is clear that he realises that other women may also have a similar rebellious De l'Anjou au Pays nantais à pied : Chemins des mariniers de la Loire, 31 promenades et randonnées voice only hidden He considers her an elf a witch an improbable woman that has captured his desire his heart his soul his life He knows he will never be the same again From Jane s point of Petit Futé Châteaux de la Loire : Anjou, Berry, Sologne, Touraine view her first encounter with him is otherworldly She had grown bored with her governess role and when she sees the approach of Rochester and his dog Pilot she sees the gytrash myth she wants to see something fantastical instead she finds her heart which is something much rarerThen there are also the feminist elements Jane transgresses the boundary associated with her gender in the Victorian age For a woman to be recognised as having eual intellect to that of a man was sadly a rare thing Women could actually attend university but the downside was they could never get the full degree They could spend months studying though never be recognised as actually having gained the ualification It was just another attempt to keep women under the thumb so for Bronte to portray the truth of Jane s eual intellect is a great step for the recognition of women and women writers This book received a whole host of negative reviews at the time of its publication for this element alone Stupid really but that s misogyny for youReader I love this book I really could go on but this is getting kind of long I hope I Anjou Sauvage ve made it clear why I love this story so much I shall be reading this again later this year to correspond with my exams which I m already looking forward to the reading that is not the exams I don t think will ever have read this story enough though

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