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



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Chapter 35

  • Jane's conversation with Diana (396­8), although

  • Jane's conversation with Diana (396­8), although acceptable and unexceptional to us, would have bordered on the scandalous in Brontë's day. What is it about Jane's viewpoint that would have drawn so much anger?

  • Does Jane's near surrender to St. John Rivers, stopped only by "the voiceŠof Edward Fairfax Rochester" speaks to her "in pain and woe" (401) diminish her strength of character? Why would Brontë have slipped again into the realm of the supernatural if Jane had enough strength in her own convictions?




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