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Jane's "Ice"olation

Summary: An Analysis of Charlotte Bronte's novel Jane Eyre
    One of the most interesting aspects of the story of Jane Eyre is Charlotte Bronte's ability to use metaphors in order to convey Jane's feelings towards the world around her, and her feelings for it.  The most frequently appearing example of this is the image of ice. This image frequently appears in Jane's thoughts and is further able to convey her feelings towards people and situations to the reader.  The references to ice are often the means by which Bronte is able to fully convey to the reader the inner workings of Jane's mind.  The idea of ice and coldness is usually used to represent the forces that Jane must fight in order to achieve happiness and are often found in close relationship to Jane's emotional state of loneliness and despair.  

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