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Review on Jane Eyre

Summary: Analyzes a few versions of the novel "Jane Eyre." Also analyzes and compares how "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë spurred the writing of "Jane Eyre: Fire and Water" by Eric Solomon and "Jane Eyre's Imagination" by Jennifer Gribble..
Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë has provoked many to consider the merits and demerits of the book and publish their reviews. Two critiques are "Jane Eyre : Fire and Water", by Eric Solomon and "Jane Eyre's Imagination", by Jennifer Gribble.

"Jane Eyre: Fire and Water" by Eric Solomon, starts off by arguing that Jane Eyre is more than a romance novel. He believes the novel contains certain uses of structure that make her "supposedly rambling novel cohere." Brontë uses parallel scenes, such as Jane's isolation in the red room and her being in the room with Mason. The contrasting of characters is also utilized in the use of characters Rochester and Rivers as well as others. Solomon also believes the consistancy in the theme of "The orphan Jane's search for a home" contributes to the novels structure.

Solomon admits that the imagery of Jane Eyre is quite...

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