The I of Jane Eyre

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English Literature (Jane Eyre) Mind Map on The I of Jane Eyre, created by liberteplanche on 01/02/2014.

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The I of Jane Eyre
1 Characterisation
1.1 We learn about the character through her actions
1.1.1 We may also learn from other people's reaction to her ie: how they act, what they tell her, what they don't tell her That leads to very valuable character interaction
2 Where the character does not know all about herself, it lets her learn on the go as we do and creates a greater suspense
2.1 We also learn through her own self-analysis
3 Works because the plot is restricted to what is relevant to the character
3.1 Concise
4 Much closer to life because there is no imposed right and wrong, allows for different interpretation of the story
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