Chapter one - Jane Eyre

a sum up and analysis of Jane Eyre, chapter one, volume one

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    • Inferiority in the Reed family is made clear in her fight with John.
      • Jane gets punished - no thought of John being wrong
    • Master Reed rules by might and right - written authority is backed up by physial and verbal violence
  • references to Berwick help disclose Jane's state of mind
    • Chapter one
      • Inferiority in the Reed family is made clear in her fight with John.
        • Jane gets punished - no thought of John being wrong
      • Master Reed rules by might and right - written authority is backed up by physial and verbal violence
    • book is full of images of shipwrecks, storms, death and disaster

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