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Chapter 15
Why does Jane become more affectionate and tolerant of Adèle, both literally and figuratively?

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Why does Bessie begin to treat Jane with kindness at this point in the text? What lesson does Jane learn on how to deal with people she fears? How is this unusual when compared with the depiction of the other children of this time period, such as the "little psalm angel" and the "girls of the school" (27­8)?

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What purpose do the descriptive passages from Berwick's History of British Birds serve at this stage of the text?

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What can you make of Bessie's character in her differing reactions to Jane's looks and her abilities? What is the effect that Brontë is trying to convey to the reader?

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What are some example of the simple truth and it's page number?
"Self-righteousness is not religion"
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"Conventionality is not morality"

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• On page 40, notice "Jane's" first direct address of the "reader."

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Describe and evaluate two different ways in wich different readers might respond to a specific moment or incident

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What is Helen’s reaction to the incident between Jane and Mr. Brocklehurst? Does she think differently of Jane? Why or why not?

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What does the phrase "the sky is no longer blank--the earth no longer a void", at the end of the book mean? does it have some deeper meaning than rochester just recovering his eyesight?

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