Jane Eyre Chpt 7

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  • Jane Eyre chpt 7
    • “And why has she, or any other, curled hair? Why, in defiance of every precept and principle of this house, does she conform to the world so openly” pg 76
      • Mr Brocklehurst is a hypocrite
        • Daughter has curly hair
      • “I will send a barber to-morrow:"
        • Taking away her symbol of being a woman
          • Modern reader would read this from a modern society perspective where woman are raped and castrated
    • Brocklehurst uses his power in a corrupt way to control people
    • “Black marble clergyman” pg 78
      • Black marble shows Brocklehurst as a sin himself
      • Connotations of black
        • Evil
    • “What a strange light inspired them! What an extraordinary sensations that ray sent through me”
      • Helen is an influence on Jane
    • This chapter shows how people judge each other and how God judges people

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