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About the author: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Book: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
- Author: Charlotte Brontë
- Publisher: Bantam Classics
- Publication year: 1983-10-1
- Pages: 492
- Finishing: Paperback
Jane Eyre quotes with page numbers
Life is too short for me to hold grudges. In this world, everyone must be at fault. But I believe that one day soon, we will get rid of our corrupt bodies and we will get rid of these faults. Fall and sin will leave us with cumbersome flesh and blood, leaving only the spark of spirit. This is the source of life and thought, just as pure as when it left the Creator and gave life to it. Where it came from and where it went, perhaps it sneaked into creatures higher than human beings; perhaps it passed through various levels of glory, first illuminating the pale soul of human beings, and then illuminating the seraphim.—— Quoted from page 56
Jane Eyre Summary Short
Jane Eyre's Book Review and Analysis
Reason for selling well: Sympathy
Background, class emphasis, nobility, and the poor
Religious background, Jane’s religious views
Characters in literary rhetoric, mirrored roles, dual-corresponding characters, contrasts between bright and dark figures
End, St. John, HE or BE
Spiritual Phenomenon of Gothic Novel Style
Quotes from jane eyre with page numbers
"Do you think that because I am poor, humble, not beautiful, and short, I have no soul and no heart? You are wrong! My soul is the same as yours, and my heart is exactly the same as yours. If God grants My wealth and beauty, I will make it difficult for you to leave me, just as it is difficult for me to leave you now! If God grants me a little beauty and a little wealth, I will make you feel hard to leave me, just like I am hard to leave you now. I am talking to you now, not through customs, conventions, or even through mortal bodies—but my spirit is talking to your spirit; it’s like two of them have passed through the grave, and we are standing in front of God’s feet. Equal-because we are equal!"——Jane Eyre
Then you are wrong, you don't understand me at all, don't understand the kind of love I can have at all. Every atom in your flesh is as close to me as my own; it is in pain, but it is still close. Your heart is my treasure house, even if it is broken, it is still my treasure house; if you go crazy, it will be my arm instead of the tight-fitting vest that restrains you—let you hold on tightly, even in your When I am angry, I always feel a charm... ——Jane Eyre said to Rochester
When we are beaten for no reason, we should fight back fiercely; I'm sure we should fight back fiercely, to teach the person who beat us, so that he will never dare to beat people like this again. ——Jane Eyre who dares to love and hate
Some people, no matter how I please them or hate me, then I can't help but hate them; some people, give me unfair punishment, then I can't help but resist. This is natural. Just as some people love me, I love them, or when I feel that I deserve to be punished, I will be punished willingly.——Jane Eyre with clear love and hate.
Human nature is such that it cannot be perfect! Even on the brightest planet, there will be such black spots; and Miss Sketchel's eyes can only see the small flaws, but can't see the star's radiant light.——Jane Eyre
In my opinion, life is too short to remember hatred. In the human world, all of us have sinned, and it is impossible not to be so; but I believe that one day, we will be freed from our rotten bodies, and we will be free from these sins, and depravity and sins will follow us. The cumbersome body of flesh and blood leaves us, leaving only the spark of the spirit—the intangible principles of life and thought, as pure as when it left the Creator to give life to all things; where did it come from and where did it go back? ; Maybe it has entered into a higher creature than humans—maybe ascend according to the taste of glory, from the pale human soul to the bright archangel! ——Helen said
Your enemies must love them; those who curse you must bless them; those who hate you and insult you must treat them well.——Helen quoted from "Bible · New Testament · Luke."
Even if people all over the world hate you and believe you are bad, as long as you have a clear conscience, you will not be without friends.——Helen to Jane Eyre.
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