Jane Eyre Essay | How Is Chapter 24 Effective in Conveying the Trouble Ahead for Jane?

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How Is Chapter 24 Effective in Conveying the Trouble Ahead for Jane?

Summary: Essay on chapter 24 from Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre."
Bronte uses symbolism and imagery on numerous occasions throughout the novel. In fact as soon as the novel commences we are instantaneously informed of the weather conditions. These weather conditions are metaphorically used to describe Jane's feelings and position in present life and life to come. For example, when we are notified that, `there was no possibility of taking a walk that day,' this tells us that the weather is bleak, but it also reveals that at this particular point in time Jane was living a hard life and was being treated like an outcast. If one analyses the text correctly it is evident just how isolated Jane is.

When Jane meets Mr Rochester we are informed that the weather is dull and misty. This weather may symbolise that Mr Rochester has something of a shady past So...

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