Jane Eyre Chpt 37

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  • Jane Eyre chapter 37
    • Page 497 use of Pathetic Fallacy and the Rochesters (Ferndean) reflects his mood - very gothic weather
    • The fact that Rochester lost his money in the fire no longer makes him superior to Jane, because Jane has money it makes them both equal Page 504
    • “‘It is a bright, sunny morning, sir,’ I said. ‘The rain is over and gone,’” page 506
      • Rochester mood and Ferndale has changed with Jane’s arrival
    • No logical explanation for Jane hearing Rochester’s voice - supernatural page 515
      • Bronte saying that in love anything can happen


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