Analyze the quote Conventionality is not morality. Self-righteousness is not religion



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Chapter 29

  • Do a little research. Where do the names Mary, Diana, St. John, and Hannah come from, and what is the significance attached to those names? Compare the meanings of the names to their respective characters in the previous chapter and this one?

Chapter 30

  • Compare the Rivers family to the Reed family. In what way are they similar? In what way are they foils? Do the names signify anything?

Chapter 31

  • Jane's feelings toward her backwoods students and the "germs of native excellence, refinement, intelligence (and) kind-feeling" that "are as likely to exist in their hearts as in those of the best-born" (342) are likely to have caused a stir among non-romantics of the period. Why?

  • Why does Jane begin this chapter in the present tense?

  • Jane Eyre is running from an unattainable love. Who else is running as well, and what are the details?




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