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Jane Eyre: The Red Room Scene

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Department
English
Course Code
ENGL121
Professor
Alison Rukavina

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Jane Eyre Victorian period transitionary period for how children were perceived in societyChildren were meant to be seen and not heard Were supposed to respect their elders In Gateshead the conflictsof the story are set upOn page 58 landscape version of iBook version of Jane Eyre Jane is defianther desire to speak the truth trump all elseSpirit vs FleshThe Red Room Scene Reeds are Janes antagonists in the GatesheadIllustrates how Jane can see and experience things on a spiritual blanketJane imagines that the Red Room is hauntedillustrates the Spirit vs Flesh conflictScene emphasizes Janes social and physical marginalizationShe is isolated and an outsider Her position of an outsider changes throughout the novelThe spirit world invades the novel Jane sees little flickers of herself in a mirror Thinks that the image
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