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IT HAS been customary for me for some little time now to commence my. Report by giving you the admission figures for the year. It is appropriate that I should do. [pdf] [Repr. in Marion Harland, Charlotte Brontë at Home, New York: Putnam, [2nd Edn.], vii-ix.] History to Herstory . Brontëová, Charlotte. Jana Eyrova. resourceone.info .. https:// resourceone.info

Wilson performed the operation on 25 August. The next day, Charlotte described it to her friend Ellen in a letter.

Wilson had been helped by two other surgeons.

The operation had taken about 15 minutes. Charlotte wrote, "Papa is now confined to his bed in a dark room and is not to be stirred for four days - He is to speak and to be spoken to as little as possible". She wrote the first copy in pencil. Plot[ change change source ] Jane Eyre is a love story. It tells about a young woman called Jane Eyre who was an orphan and goes to teach a girl named Adele Varens in a far-away house.

The master of the house is Mr. It contained a bookcase: I soon possessed myself of a volume, taking care that it should be one stored with pictures. I mounted into the window-seat: gathering up my feet, I sat cross-legged, like a Turk; and, having drawn the red moreen curtain nearly close, I was shrined in double retirement. Folds of scarlet drapery shut in my view to the right hand; to the left were the clear panes of glass, protecting, but not separating me from the drear November day.

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At intervals, while turning over the leaves of my book, I studied the aspect of that winter afternoon. Afar, it offered a pale blank of mist and cloud; near a scene of wet lawn and storm-beat shrub, with ceaseless rain sweeping away wildly before a long and lamentable blast. The words in these introductory pages connected themselves with the succeeding vignettes, and gave significance to the rock standing up alone in a sea of billow and spray; to the broken boat stranded on a desolate coast; to the cold and ghastly moon glancing through bars of cloud at a wreck just sinking.

John begins to weaken, she mystically hears Mr. Rochester's voice calling her name.

Jane then returns to Thornfield to find only blackened ruins. She learns that Mr. Rochester's wife set the house on fire and committed suicide by jumping from the roof. In his rescue attempts, Mr.

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Rochester lost a hand and his eyesight. Jane reunites with him, but he fears that she will be repulsed by his condition. When Jane assures him of her love and tells him that she will never leave him, Mr.

Rochester proposes again, and they are married. He eventually recovers sight enough to see their newborn son. In order of first line of dialogue: Chapter 1 Jane Eyre : The novel's narrator and protagonist, she eventually becomes the second wife of Edward Rochester.

Orphaned as a baby, Jane struggles through her nearly loveless childhood and becomes governess at Thornfield Hall. Though facially plain, Jane is passionate and strongly principled, and values freedom and independence.

She also has a strong conscience and is a determined Christian. She is ten at the beginning of the novel, and nineteen or twenty at the end of the main narrative. As the final chapter of the novel states that she has been married to Edward Rochester for ten years, she is approximately thirty at its completion. According to Mrs.

Reed, he pitied Jane and often cared for her more than for his own children. Reed's resentment leads her to abuse and neglect the girl. She lies to Mr. Brocklehurst about Jane's tendency to lie, preparing him to be severe with Jane when she arrives at Brocklehurst's Lowood School. John Reed: Jane's fourteen-year-old cousin who bullies her incessantly, sometimes in his mother's presence. John eventually ruins himself as an adult by drinking and gambling, and is rumoured to have committed suicide.

Eliza Reed: Jane's thirteen-year-old first cousin. Jealous of her more attractive younger sister and a slave to rigid routine, she self-righteously devotes herself to religion. She leaves for a nunnery near Lisle after her mother's death, determined to estrange herself from her sister. Georgiana Reed: Jane's eleven-year-old first cousin.

Although beautiful and indulged, she is insolent and spiteful. Her elder sister Eliza foils Georgiana's marriage to the wealthy Lord Edwin Vere, when the couple are about to elope.

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Georgiana eventually marries a, "wealthy worn-out man of fashion. She often treats Jane kindly, telling her stories and singing her songs, but she has a quick temper. Later, she marries Robert Leaven with whom she has three children. Chapter 3 Mr.

Lloyd: A compassionate apothecary who recommends that Jane be sent to school. Later, he writes a letter to Miss Temple confirming Jane's account of her childhood and thereby clears Jane of Mrs. Reed's charge of lying. Chapter 4 Mr. Brocklehurst: The clergyman, director, and treasurer of Lowood School, whose maltreatment of the students is eventually exposed. A religious traditionalist, he advocates for his charges the most harsh, plain, and disciplined possible lifestyle, but not, hypocritically, for himself and his own family.

His second daughter Augusta exclaimed, "Oh, dear papa, how quiet and plain all the girls at Lowood look She helps clear Jane of Mr. Brocklehurst's false accusation of deceit and cares for Helen in her last days. Eventually, she marries Reverend Naysmith. Miss Scatcherd: A sour and strict teacher at Lowood.

She constantly punishes Helen Burns for her untidiness but fails to see Helen's substantial good points. Helen Burns: Jane's best friend at Lowood School. She refuses to hate those who abuse her, trusts in God, and prays for peace one day in heaven. She teaches Jane to trust Christianity and dies of consumption in Jane's arms.

Alice Fairfax: The elderly, kind widow and the housekeeper of Thornfield Hall; distantly related to the Rochesters. She was Mr.

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Grace Poole: " Rochester pays her a very high salary to keep his mad wife, Bertha, hidden and quiet. Grace is often used as an explanation for odd happenings at the house. She has a weakness for drinking that occasionally allows Bertha to escape. A Byronic hero , he has a face "dark, strong, and stern. Leah: The housemaid at Thornfield Hall, wife of John the manservant. Chapter 17 Blanche Ingram: Young socialite whom Mr. Rochester is planning to marry. Though possessed of great beauty and talent, she treats social inferiors, Jane in particular, with undisguised contempt.

Rochester exposes her and her mother's mercenary motivations when he puts out a rumour that he is far less wealthy than they imagine. He is the brother of Rochester's first wife, the woman in the attic, and still cares for his sister's well-being. During the wedding ceremony of Jane and Mr. Rochester, he exposes the bigamous nature of the marriage.

Chapter 21 Robert Leaven: The coachman at Gateshead, who brings Jane the news of the death of the dissolute John Reed, an event which has brought on Mrs. Reed's stroke. He informs her of Mrs. Reed's wish to see Jane before she dies.

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After their wedding, her mental health began to deteriorate, and she is now violent and in a state of intense derangement, apparently unable to speak or go into society.Excluded from the family activities, Jane leads an unhappy childhood, with only a doll and books with which to entertain herself.

So was the black horned thing seated aloof on a rock, surveying a distant crowd surrounding a gallows.

Bartolome De Las Casas He was a scholar, historian and barholome century human rights advocate. John Eyre, is a friend of Mr. He wants Jane to marry him and serve as his assistant on his missionary journey to India.

It contained a bookcase: I soon possessed myself of a volume, taking care that it should be one stored with pictures. Jane, overjoyed by finding that she has living and friendly family members, insists on sharing the money equally with her cousins, and Diana and Mary come back to live at Moor House. They had once hoped for a share of the inheritance but were left virtually nothing.