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1. What are the names of the servants who care for Rochester at Ferndean?

2. Which character is in love with Rosamond?

3. Who sets the fire in Rochester’s bedroom?

4. What has just happened to Mr. Mason the first time we encounter him?

5. Which character is based on the Reverend Carus Wilson, a figure from Charlotte Brontë’s childhood?

6. Who writes to St. John regarding Jane’s inheritance from John Eyre?

7. How does John Reed apparently die?

8. Where did Rochester marry Bertha Mason?

9. Who first suggests that Jane be sent away to school?

10. What is the nationality of Jane’s pupil at Thornfield?

11. What does Rochester lose in the fire at Thornfield?

12. Which teacher is kind to Jane at Lowood?

13. What does the kind teacher give Jane and Helen to eat?

14. How does Jane earn a living after leaving Thornfield?

15. With whom does Jane believe Rochester is in love for most of her time at Thornfield?

16. What does Jane do with the inheritance she receives from her uncle John Eyre?

17. What is the nature of Jane’s first encounter with Rochester?

18. What does Mr. Brocklehurst do to one of Jane’s classmates to rid her of her “vanity”?

19. How does Jane’s Aunt Reed punish her for fighting with her bullying cousin John?

20. To which destination does St. John Rivers want Jane to accompany him as his wife and fellow missionary?

21. What is the name of the Riverses’ servant?

22. What does Jane do immediately after finishing her studies at Lowood?

23. Who wears the disguise of a gypsy woman?

24. What happens within the first ten years of Jane and Rochester’s marriage?

25. What is the subject of the book Jane is reading at the beginning of the novel?

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Hard Timing Following? Try this!

by Heaven_Smee, April 16, 2013

When reading this imagine that you are Jane Erye. Try and relate yourself to the situation that the character is going through. That way you can follow the mindset of the book.


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by anna5000, November 21, 2014

jane eyre is brill


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by char_ellzabeth, March 23, 2015

In Jane Eyre it is certain that the number of women over rides the number of men; however, in the novel you will notice that mothers are limited. There are adoptive motherly figures, for example Miss Temple and Mrs Fairfax, but the only true mother that we see (alive) is Mrs Reed, and quite simply - she is not a good mother! On the next read, look at how little mothers appear - and think/link this back to Brontë's life and her motherly influences.

Hope this gives you an extra point to look at and write on! x


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