Jane Eyre Essay | An Alternate View of Jane Eyre

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An Alternate View of Jane Eyre

Summary: A rewrite of the beginning of the Charlotte Bronte novel Jane Eyre.
My Winter

I am so excited. I will finally have someone to converse with on long winter days. I have hired a governess for Adele. I needed this new person in my life; it gets so lonely up here in this mansion. On long December days like this one, the silence in this mansion gets eerie and overwhelming. Anyways, I have been waiting all day for the new governess. Her name is Miss Jane Eyre. She attended Lowood and advertised for her job here. I wonder if something happened to her on the way here... maybe her driver was late? I hope she is alright.

It was very dark when Jane finally arrived. My first impression of her was that she was a quiet little lady with simplistic tastes.

"Mrs. Fairfax, I suppose"" she asked me.

"Yes, young lady." I replied as I motioned...

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