Jane Eyre Chapter two


English Literature (Jane Eyre) Note on Jane Eyre Chapter two, created by liberteplanche on 02/01/2014.
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Injustice: We get a sense of the rude mistreatment that Jane receives and of her anger at being punished more times than she's ever faulted. "I resisted all the way: a new thing for me"; "beside myself"

the trauma "don't take them off! I cried. I will not stir"

Historical context:   Madness: "as incredulous of my sanity"; "it was always in her"   threat of the poor house "you would have to go to the poorhouse"

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