- Religion in Jane Eyre
- "He stood between me and every thought of religion, as an eclipse intervenes between man and the broad sun."
- I am no angel and I will not be until I die"
- My future husband: almost my hope of heaven."
- Prospect of marrying St John- "Religion called- Angels beckoned- God commanded"
- "Mr Brocklehurst is not a god"
- Just before Jane and Rochester's wedding is interrupted : "God rising calm before me... a rook wheeling round the steeple"
- "I will keep the law given by God ; sanctioned by man"
- "God and nature intended you for a missionaries wife."
- " Amen; even so come, Lord Jesus" - Last line of the book
- Thornfield: "A shrine of memory"
- "Conventionality is not morality. Self righteousness is not religion" - Charlotte Bronte
- "St John represents religion without love"- Q.D Leavis
- St John "Is in effect the antithesis of Mr Rochester"- Q.D Leavis
- "Helen in her shining capacity for love and forgiveness almost knocks Jane of her own personal path of righteousness"- Sally Minogue
- Helen Burns
- "A really wonderful book with such religious feeling"- Queen Victoria
- "A murmuring against God's appointment"- McNees
- "Bronte raises poignant questions regarding moral boundaries and the exact nature of religion"- Anja Young
- "She embraces the religious life" - Ellen Geroux
- A04 Links
- Pilgrims progress - John Bunyan
- Charlotte Bronte was a Christian
- Victorian society and expectaions
- Helen Burns
- Bertha - Jane won't commit bigamy
- Religion vs Love
- St John vs Rochester
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