Jane Eyre Study Guide
by Charlotte Bronte
An abused and misunderstood child, Jane is sent away to a boarding school where she matures to womanhood. When she accepts the position of governess, Jane hopes to find a new life, but she is unprepared for the mysteries of Thornefield Hall.
Barbara's Notes: Elements of good writing abound including foreshadowing; concrete, concise writing and an interwoven plot. It is an intense, introspective work--appropriate to add to your studies of British literature. (Grades 11, 12)
|Book Summary||433 pages|
|Novel Study Highlights||7 units|
|Related Studies||Christian character, England in the 1800s, boarding schools, governesses|
|Focus||Characterization, setting, summarizing, rewriting, reciting, outlining|