Jane Eyre Chpt 15

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  • Jane Eyre chpt 15
    • Introduces reader to Celine Varens
      • Shows the reader Rochester has had mistresses
    • “Pain, shame, ire - impatience, disgust, detestation - seemed momentarily to hold a quivering cpm;oct om the large pupil dilating under his ebon eyebrow” pg 167
      • Gothic Language and Villainous traits
      • Sounds like an animal
    • Rochester denies that Adele is his daughter pages 169/170
      • Reader feels sympathy for Adele
    • Pg 172 Thornfield seems to have sense of mystery just like Rochester
    • “Suppose he should be absent spring, summer, and autumn, how joyless sunshine and fine days will seem.” pg 172
      • Jane is falling for Rochester
    • Page 174 The fire in Rochester’s room foreshadows the fire at Thornfield
      • Rochester needed Jane again
    • Bertha and Jane are alter egos
      • Bertha = Fire - destructive passion
      • Jane = water - peace passion
    • Page 177 shows Rochester as an anti-gothic hero
      • Passionate
        • Brings out Jane’s passion


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