Jane Eyre Chpt 30

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  • Jane Eyre chpt 30
    • Chapter shows the Juxtaposition of St John with Rochester and Brocklehurst
    • ‘And if I let a gust of wind or a sprinkling of rain turn me aside from these easy tasks, what preparation would such sloth be fore the future I propose to myself?’” Page 404
      • Foreshadows St John’s plans to become a missionary
    • “I think, moreover, that Nature was not to him that treasury of delight it was to his sisters.” page 404
      • Gothic novel so reader shouldn’t trust St John
      • Personification of nature as something which requires respect
    • “‘and the third considers himself an alien from his native country - not only for life, but in death.’” page 407
      • Their faith makes them look forward to death
      • St John looks forward to being resurrected
        • Foreshadowing
      • Speaking of himself in 3rd person as the last representative of the Rivers family
        • Show’s the position of woman in a family was to marry well
    • Page 409 shows St John’s in love with Miss Oliver
      • Same relationship as Jane and Rochester
        • Unlike St John, Rochester is determined not to turn away from Love


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