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How Does Charlotte Bront Use The Language Detail and Setting In The First Two Chapters Of
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How Does Charlotte Bronte Use The Language Detail and Setting In The First Two Chapters Of "Jane Eyre"?
"Jane Eyre" is a novel written by Charlotte Brontë in the 19th century. Throughout the novel Brontë incorporates elements of her own personal life. A prime example of this is the inequalities between men and women. When she wrote this novel she had to use a male nom de plume so she could sell the book it was only after the novel was well known that she revealed that she wrote it. Another interesting example of this is that Brontë was a benefactress as is Jane in the novel, a benefactress is a private tutor/teacher or someone who supports or helps a person. The novel is written using a first person narrative, which develops sympathy for the young heroin Jane. Brontë uses pathetic fallacy and uses language detail carefully to ensure maximum effect. Brontë also uses the setting to create mood and the atmosphere.
Brontë uses setting to create mood and atmosphere very effectively the whole way through the novel however it is used to brilliant effect in the first two chapters. The first chapter/scene is set in a winter
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