The Reed Family in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes


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Who calls Jane Eyre a 'bad animal'?

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1. How is the red room incident significant to the plot of Jane Eyre?

2. In Jane Eyre, why does Jane return to visit the Reeds as an adult?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz will ask you five questions about the Reed family from Jane Eyre. You'll be asked about Jane's relationship with the Reeds as a child and as an adult.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be challenged to:

  • Know who calls Jane a 'bad animal'
  • Assess the significance of the red room incident
  • Understand why Jane comes back to visit the Reeds as an adult
  • Determine how Georgiana and Eliza relate to Jane
  • Remember what Jane learns when she visits her Aunt Reed

Skills Practiced

You'll apply the following skills:

  • Knowledge application - use what you know about the Reed family from Jane Eyre to answer questions about how they treat Jane
  • Information recall - access knowledge you've gained regarding the red room incident
  • Reading comprehension - ensure you draw the most important information from the related lesson on the Reed family from Jane Eyre

Additional Learning

To learn more about these characters, review the lesson entitled The Reed Family in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes. The lesson will help you:

  • Identify the artistic movement that Jane Eyre's themes are typical of
  • Understand whose eyes the Reeds are seen though
  • Learn what Jane's journey to visit the Reeds illustrates