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- Test your understanding of each lesson with a short quiz.
- Complete your review with the Jane Eyre Character Analysis and Quotes chapter exam.
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Students Will Review:
This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about the key characters and quotes from Jane Eyre for a standard literature course. Topics covered include:
- Detailed analysis of Jane Eyre as a character and her notable quotes
- Review of the relevance and relationships of key characters, including Mr. Rochester, Bertha Mason, Mrs. Reed and Helen Burns
- Discussion of the minor characters' roles in the story
- Important quotes from the novel and their reflection of the storyline
1. The Character of Jane Eyre: Analysis & Quotes
This lesson analyzes Jane Eyre's status as one of the most iconic characters in English literature, including examining conflicting interpretations of Jane: tradition-bound Victorian woman or proto-feminist?
2. Mr. Rochester in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Concept
In this lesson, we'll briefly discuss the novel ''Jane Eyre'' and analyze the character of Mr. Rochester. Our focus will be on his character traits and his importance to the plot and themes of Charlotte Bronte's novel.
3. Bertha Mason in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes
This lesson examines the character of Bertha Mason in Charlotte Bronte's 1847 masterpiece ''Jane Eyre''. The lesson analyzes Bertha Mason both as an image of horror and as a tragic figure, and explains why she is considered one of the most controversial characters of all time.
4. St. John Rivers in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes
This lesson explores the lesser-known character of St. John Rivers in Charlotte Bronte's 1847 masterpiece 'Jane Eyre.' The lesson argues that it is through the character of St. John that Jane learns to embrace her passions and define her own morality.
5. Mrs. Reed in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes
This lesson is a description of the character Mrs. Reed in Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre'. Mrs. Reed, Jane's aunt, is a cold-hearted woman who favors her own children and treats Jane harshly as a child. Jane eventually forgives Mrs. Reed on her deathbed.
6. Helen Burns in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes
In this lesson, we will discuss Helen Burns from Charlotte Bronte's ''Jane Eyre.'' We will learn the important role that Helen plays in the story and in Jane's life, even though Helen is only part of a small section of the book.
7. The Reed Family in Jane Eyre: Character Analysis & Quotes
The Reed family are related to Jane Eyre by blood, but are consistently unkind to her. Mrs. Reed represents herself as a guardian of morals, but is self-deluding and cruel. In ''Jane Eyre'', the Reed family exemplify the snobbishness and hypocrisy of the English commercial classes.
8. Minor Characters in Jane Eyre: Analysis & Quotes
In this lesson, we will examine minor characters in Charlotte Bronte's ''Jane Eyre.'' We will focus especially on Bessie, Mr. Brocklehurst, Miss Temple, Blanche Ingram, Adele, Grace Poole, Diana and Mary Rivers, and Rosamond Oliver.
9. Jane Eyre Quotes: Volume 1
In this lesson, we will journey through Volume I of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel Jane Eyre by taking a close look at key quotes from this first portion of the book.
10. Jane Eyre Quotes: Volume 2
In this lesson, we will join Jane on her quest for a fulfilled life by taking a close look at key quotes from the second portion of the book. Volume 2, however, will not quench our thirst for answers, as a cliffhanger awaits us.
11. Jane Eyre Quotes: Volume 3
In this lesson, we will traverse the final Volume of Charlotte Bronte's novel ''Jane Eyre'' by examining key quotes. It is in Volume 3 that we finally get the answers to our burning questions.
Jane Eyre Character List & Flashcards
Are you currently reading Charlotte Bronte's classic novel, ''Jane Eyre''? This set of flashcards can help you review the main characters and settings of the novel.
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