It’s times like these when I am by myself that I miss my Jane. To a blind man the most important thing is his hearing and it hurts when there is no one around to hear. When no one is around to hold or smell the sweet smell of your hair. I have learned to live with this pain for several months now. Memories of you Jane is what keeps me going in such a struggling time. I understand that it has been a year since you’ve left me; I also now understand that you may never return, but am I a fool to hope you do one day. You will always be the love of my life, and I must be ready for you by becoming the man you once loved a year ago. The man you almost wed to. We were so close to a prosperous and happy life and then my past crept up and shattered everything. Bertha frightened you, as she did me, and you fled. Jane, you would never love a man who made you run away. You have probably found someone who is lucky to have you. Jane I realize now that I don’t deserve you, that I took you for granted. Look where I have ended up with out you, without vision and without a hand. My estate in Thornfield burned to the ground and I had to move to Ferndean to recover. My life has completely fallen apart. I snap at my dearest servants Mary and John when they try and help me out because I just get so frustrated on how helpless I have become. It isn’t right to treat them this way, but I feel so suffocated living in darkness. I am so afraid to continue my life this way. Afraid that my disability will consume who I am. I must always have candles lit when it is night, so I can feel the warmth of light. Foolish it may sound, but it lets me know that something is there and that I will not get lost in the cold of the night.
mysterious Byronic hero in the form of Mr. Rochester. Brontë also emphasizes the Gothic nature of Thornfield Hall and incorporates the figure of the Madwoman in the Attic as the primary conflict of the novel. Brontë uses these Gothic elements as a way to heighten the tension and emotion over the course of the narrative, as well as to reveal an almost supernatural connection between Jane and Mr. Rochester.
Is Jane Eyre a likable protagonist? Why or why not?
Jane is an atypical heroine for the Victorian…
to Rochester’s relationship with Antoinette in Wide Sargasso Sea?
‘Wide Sargasso Sea’ is Jean Rhys’ prequel to ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte, however it was written after Bronte’s classic novel. The Creole ‘Mad-woman in the attic’- Antoinette- the enigmatic, repressed, voiceless secret of ‘Jane Eyre’, is given a voice by Rhys who (reveals) charts her journey into madness.
In Jane Eyre, the character is presented in a one dimensional light and Rhys herself stated “I thought I’d try to write her…
on he meets Estella, not as beautiful as she was before, who married his nemesis Drummle, but later who died, and then remarries a poor doctor.
The story opens on an orphaned girl named Jane Eyre living with her aunt and cousins. Mrs. Reed, the aunt, hates Jane and allows her son, John, to torment her as much as he wants. At ten, Jane stands up to them and tells them what she thinks of them. She is locked up in the “red-room” where her uncle died and she claims that his ghost is returning…
Tentative Minimum Tax
Letter to Brewsters
Gu, Liang, Peng, and Wang CPAs
305 Schlegel Hall
Rochester, NY 14627
March 3, 2014
Robert M. and Jane R. Brewster
1802 College Ave
Carmel, IN 46032
Dear Robert and Jane,
This letter is in response to your request for computing your Federal tax liability for 2013. Based on the result of our calculation, your total liability…
Jane Austen’s Satirical Writing:
Analyzing the Satire of Social Class Within Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice delves into the issue of why social standing in a society based solely on class should not be the most important thing when evaluating the worth of a person. Through several different literary techniques – such as letters and abundant focalizers – Austen conveys important information about key issues she has with the significance placed on social standing. The theme…
The present course- paper is devoted to the comprehensive study of stylistic device – the epithet in the literary work “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte.
The topicality of chosen by us theme lies in the fact that a human being perceives the reality by means of various images. These images exist everywhere: in art, in nature, in thoughts, and in speech in particular. Each of us at least ones created an image. We use different means (stylistic expressive means and devices) to achieve…
Henry’s argument stated that the Pope did not have the power to overrule the law set forth in the Bible. It was a savvy political move and one that, in Henry’s mind, provided the Pope with a legitimate reason to annul his marriage. Henry began to send letters, envoys, and other forms of communication to the Vatican in order to get the authorization from the Pope.
Henry’s choice for his soon-to-be second wife was Anne Boleyn, a lady he met in the Royal Court. Anne Boleyn was a very smart woman and would…