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Jane Eyre and Gothic

Summary: In "Jane Eyre" there are a lot of gothic elements that change and affect the mood of the book. These gothic events take place throughout the book during the nighttime, and are mainly mysterious until the end of the book.
The Gothic: It's more than pale kids wearing eyeliner! Choose three Gothic elements from Jane Eyre. Explain why each element is gothic, and how it contributes to the mood of the book.

Justin Anfuso

Section 51

Shanley

April 6th, 2006

"Creepy Things"

By: Justin Anfuso

In "Jane Eyre" there are a lot of gothic elements that change and affect the mood of the book. These gothic events take place throughout the book during the nighttime, and are mainly mysterious until the end of the book. Some gothic events that affects the mood of the book are, when Mr. Mason was attacked, when Mr. Rochester's bed catches on fire, and when Jane's veil is ripped. All these events were gothic and affected the mood.

One of the most gothic event in the book is when Mr. Mason is bitten by Bertha. `"She bit me," he murmured' (223). This scene makes...

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