Jane Eyre Topics for Discussion

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Compare and contrast the characters of Helen and Jane. Although the two girls are drastically different, there is something that draws them together. What is it?

Consider the similarities and differences between the situations of both Jane as a child and Adèle. What do they have in common? What are their differences?

Explore the way Mr. Rochester plays with Jane's emotions. Is his cruelty intentional? Is he merely trying to protect himself or is he really considering marrying Blanche?

Do you think the servants at Thornfield know about the existence of Mr. Rochester's mad wife in the attic, or are he and Grace the only ones who know she is there?

Consider the person of Mr. Rochester. Was he wrong for trying to marry Jane? What about his treatment of his first wife? Was he cruel or kind to her? Consider your answer based on the...

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