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Love and Imagery in Jane Eyre

Summary: Jane Eyre and the theme of love and imagery.
Connecting Imagery and Theme to Jane Eyre

In Jane Eyre, the theme of love and compassion is present. This theme is revealed throughout the novel by the imagery of fire and elements of nature.

Fire is used as a common imagery in Jane Eyre. It symbolizes the compelling emotions and the growing passion that Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester have for each other. In the novel, fire can be seen throughout Jane and Mr. Rochester's relationship. First, when Jane is in Mr. Rochester's bedroom, the fire in the fireplace grows stronger, which suggests their love, that also grows stronger. There is also the fire in Mr. Rochester's bedroom and the final fire that destroyed Thornfield, the latter being an important part of Jane and Mr. Rochester's relationship as it contributed to their reunion later in the story. In the fire at Thornfield, Mr. Rochester...

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