Mizzou WGST 3570 - Jane Eyre (7 pages)

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University of Missouri
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Wgst 3570 - European Women in the 19th Century

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Jane Eyre 10 07 2014 Women Jane good o Orphan o Sent to boarding school and ends up being a teacher and governess Ends up teaching Adele o Meets Rochester and gets engaged to Rochester o At the wedding someone reveals that Rochester is married and his wife Bertha is insane Could not have had true marriage with Bertha o Runs away to protect dignity and is taken in by Rivers Realizes that Rivers are her relatives They split inheritance but only if St James can marry Jane Jane says no because they must be cousins o Hears Rochester calling her in the night and goes to him Rochester s eye sight and hand is gone from trying to save his wife from fire but she commits suicide End up married and have a child and Rochester s eyesight comes back Helen Burns good Miss Temple good Mrs Reed bad Bessie good Bertha mad Georgiana bad Eliza bad Adele good Fairfax good Diana good Mary good Grace Poole good Rosamand Olivens good Blanche bad Men Rochester good Mason mad John Reed bad St James o Quality man Charity dutiful active will power self denial o Not ideal man Arrogance Brocklehust bad Good and bad is based off of social and class status Child Maternal personalities Jane o Good at Lowood because she s loved by Temple o Bad at Gateshead and was treated badly John Reed threw her down and was blamed Sent to Red room where her uncle died and saw his spirit Wants to be loved and obedient but was mistreated Children in 19th century start off good but must be molded to be obedient Georgiana o Vain shallow no integrity or ethics Eliza o Turns to religion and plans to move to France be a Catholic and join a convent Helen Adele o Could go either way since mother was a prostitute o Could be materialistic but Jane enters her life John Reed o Commits suicide because he couldn t get the rest of the inheritance Results in Mrs Reed having a stroke Characteristics of a child They must be obedient Submission o Submission of choice because they want to be obedient Clean neat orderly Willingness to



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