Jane Eyre Chpt 26

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  • Jane Eyre chapter 26
    • “I know not whether the day was fair or foul; in descending the drive, I gazed neither on sky nor earth; my heart was with my eyes; and both seemed migrated into Mr Rochester’s frame” page 332
      • Foreshadowing, pathetic fallacy
    • “'It simply consists in the existence of a previous marriage. Mr Rochester has a wife now living’” page 334
      • Villainous Mr Mason/Rochester
    • The description of Bertha is typical gothic adverbs, animal imagery
      • Something that’s not human


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