The Moon in #JaneEyre Part Three: At Thornfield Hall II, Moor House and Ferndean

This post is the third and final one about The Moon In Jane Eyre. For a complete overview of the moon in Jane Eyre, read The Moon in Jane Eyre Part One and The Moon in Jane Eyre Part Two. During a walk with Adele on the grounds of Thornfield Hall, we understand why theContinue reading “The Moon in #JaneEyre Part Three: At Thornfield Hall II, Moor House and Ferndean”

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Letter G #AtoZChallenge #JaneEyre’s Gardens

This post is part of this year’s April Challenge to write a post a day. I’ve chosen to write about my greatest literary passion: Jane Eyre. Today it’s all about Jane Eyre’s Gardens. Jane will tell us all about the gardens in her life, in her own words. The first garden I can remember wasContinue reading “Letter G #AtoZChallenge #JaneEyre’s Gardens”

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Compassion in Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre was an orphan, who was brought up first by an unloving aunt, Mrs. Reed, and later at an institution for poor orphans, Lowood, before being employed as governess at Thornfield Hall. Although Jane suffered hardships and humiliations, and found very little compassion at that time, her life was not in danger due toContinue reading “Compassion in Jane Eyre”

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Christmas in Jane Eyre

I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hope you can spend some time with people you love. Thank you for reading my posts, commenting, and liking. You are my greatest incentive. Today, I’ve prepared a special post about Christmas celebrations and symbolism in Jane Eyre. Some of Jane Eyre’s happiest andContinue reading “Christmas in Jane Eyre”

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