Jane Eyre Chpt 25

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  • Jane Eyre chpt 25
    • “‘I think, scathed as you look, and charred and scorched, there must be a little sense of life in you yet, rising out that adhesion at the faithful, honest roots:’” page 319
      • Links to the fire at Thornfield and their reunion
    • First paragraph page 320 links to Bertha being trapped in the attic
      • Whats to come is not a positive thing
    • Page 324 Jane dreams she has been burdened with a child = bad news
    • “‘I dreamt another dream, sir: that Thornfield Hall was a dreary ruin, the retreat of bats and owls.” page 325
      • Foreshadows punishment and the fire at Thornfield
    • Description of Bertha makes her seem very canibal like and monstrous


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