Jane Eyre- Symbols and Motifs

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Jane Eyre- Symbols and Motifs
1 FIRE AND ICE
1.1 Rochester's passion and love vs st john coldness
1.2 Could also suggest exclusion form Reed family group in chapter 1 when they are all round the fire.
2 THE MOON
2.1 Rochester, symbol of romance
2.2 However it can be subverted to a sinter symbol due to their first meeting
3 THE WEATER- RAIN, STORMS, SUNSHINE
3.1 Pathetic fallacy- Janes mood, can be seen in chapter 1
3.2 Brontë Narrative devices
4 COLD AND WARMTH
4.1 Isolation
4.2 Family
5 RED AND WHITE
5.1 Red room
5.2 Red could suggest passion and love. But also blood and pain
5.3 White- Purity innocence, wedding dress purity taking over
6 BIRDS AND ANIMALS
6.1 Freedom- chapter 1
6.2 Jane and Burther animalistic language used to describe them
6.3 Peoples views of women
7 FARIES AND ELVES
7.1 Jane's imagination
7.2 Rochester's view of jane- first meeting
7.3 Not appreciated for who she really is
8 DOORS OPENING AND CLOSING
8.1 Metaphorical stages in Janes life along with Rochester's
8.2 Burtha can't move on due to her door always being locked
9 THE CHESTNUT TREE
9.1 Rochester and janes relationship
9.2 Showing happiness strength hope- foreshadowing ending
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