Jane Eyre Chpt 36

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  • Jane Eyre chapter 36
    • Approaching the denouement climate of the Novel
    • Jane leaves Morton echoes her leaving Thornfield except she now has an identity and is a changed woman
    • “I entered - now obliged to take part with my whole fortune as the price of its accommodation. Once more on the road to Thornfield, I felt like the messenger - pigeon flying home” Page 487
    • Paragraph on page 489
      • Reflects that Jane is now a different person to whom Rochester first met
    • “I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house; I saw a blackened ruin” page 489
      • Oxymoron

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