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The following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Who is Mrs. Fairfax? a. The housekeeper at Thornfield c. Mr. Rochester's sister b. The Lady of the House at Thornfield d. A friend of Miss Temple
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In Jane Eyre, Mrs. Fairfax is: The housekeeper at Thornfield.
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he following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Why doesn't Jane play with Helen? a. Helen is sick c. Helen is being punished b. Helen was adopted d. Helen ran away from Lowood
Weegy: Why doesn't Jane play with Helen? a. Helen is sick User: What makes Jane decide to leave Lowood? a. Miss Temple gets married and leaves c. She is asked to teach at another school b. She decides to take a trip to Africa with missionaries d. She decides to try and find members of her family Weegy: Jane decided to leave Lowood because a. Miss Temple gets married and leaves. (More)
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The following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. How is Jane hurt at Gateshead? a. She falls in the decaying garden c. She cuts herself on a knife in the kitchen b. John Reed throws a book at her d. Mrs. Reed beats her with a switch
Weegy: d. Mrs. Reed beats her with a switch User: The following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. What does Jane think school will be like at Lowood? a. Girls will learn to be better servants c. Girls will learn to dance and become socialites b. Girls will learn to paint and speak French d. Girls will study religion and social values Weegy: Jane arrives at Lowood Institution, a charity school, the head of which (Brocklehurst) has been told that she is deceitful. During an inspection, Jane accidentally breaks her slate, and Mr. [ Brocklehurst, the self-righteous clergyman who runs the school, brands her a liar and shames her before the entire assembly. Jane is comforted by her friend, Helen Burns. Miss Temple, a caring teacher, facilitates Jane's self-defense and writes to Mr. Lloyd, whose reply agrees with Jane's. Ultimately, Jane is publicly cleared of Mr. Brocklehurst's accusations. The eighty pupils at Lowood are subjected to cold rooms, poor meals, and thin clothing. Many students fall ill when a typhus epidemic strikes. Jane's friend Helen dies of consumption in her arms. When Mr. Brocklehurst's neglect and dishonesty are discovered, several benefactors erect a new building and conditions at the school improve dramatically. ] (More)
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