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by Charlotte Bronte

Published to widespread success in 1847 under the androgynous pseudonym of "Currer Bell," the novel "Jane Eyre" catapulted 31-year-old Charlotte Brontë into the upper echelon of Victorian writers. With the novel's success, Brontë was able to reveal her true identity to her publisher, and it soon…

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Posted By elyssa s #365966 at Apr 08, 2014 12:58 AM

Is Mr.Rochester entirely trustworthy?

Is Mr.Rochester entirely trustworthy?

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Posted By elyssa s #365966 at Apr 08, 2014 8:18 PM

the selection describes a romance between a wealthy man and a poor governess. What was the likely dramatic effect of this in the 1800s?

The selection describes a romance between a wealthy man and a poor governess. What was the likely dramatic effect of this in the 1800s?

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Posted By elyssa s #365966 at Apr 08, 2014 12:16 AM

What might be foreshadowed,or hinted, by Mrs. Fairfax's reaction to seeing the couple together?

What might be foreshadowed, or hinted, by Mrs. Fairfax's reaction to seeing the couple together?

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Posted By elyssa s #365966 at Apr 08, 2014 12:16 AM

What might be foreshadowed,or hinted, by Mrs. Fairfax's reaction to seeing the couple together?

What might be foreshadowed, or hinted, by Mrs. Fairfax's reaction to seeing the couple together?

Jane Eyre | Answers: 1