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Essay | Jane Eyre: Setting and Mood

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Jane Eyre.
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Jane Eyre: Setting and Mood

Summary: Essay shows how the character development of Jane Eyre in the novel "Jane Eyre" is influenced by the setting and mood.
Jane Eyre is a novel focusing on the experiences one goes through while trying to reach maturation and adulthood. A key factor in the development of Jane Eyre is the relationship between setting and mood. The relationship is displayed through the five distinct stages represented in the novel. Jane begins as an orphan raised by her cruel aunt only to eventually become fully content in her quaint marriage to her love, Rochester. Leading up to that end point are a total of five settings which coincide with the vivid moods. In Jane Eyre, Bronte uses Jane's childhood at Gateshead hall and Lowood School, her adulthood at Thornfield Hall and Moorehouse, and coming to know ones self at Ferdean all to relate setting to changing moods and atmosphere.

Jane's childhood and young adulthood at Gateshead Hall and Lowood school are both characterized by intense cold. Even...

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This section contains 829 words
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