- Jane is scared to death of Grace Poole. Why has not made a bigger stink? Is she so in control of her actions that she has set her concerns--even those most dire--by the wayside for the sake of or by trust in her boss?
- The situation in the room next door to Mrs. Poole on one side and the howling, groaning canine thing on the other and with the injured man, locked in, the paintings, and the dying candle is a perfect storm for phantoms. How does Jane hold up?
- Crime versus Error; Sin versus Transgression
- "Is the wandering and sinful, but now rest-seeking and repentant man justified in daring the world's opinion, in order to attach to him forever this gentle, gracious, genial stranger; thereby securing his own peace of mind and regeneration of life?"
- What does Mr.R mean by "instrument," and what does he intend when he says he believes to have found the instrument for his cure?
- Poor Jane! Cane anything but heartache come?
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Thursday, January 13, 2011
Jane Eyre XX -- chapter 20: A PEEK AT THE SKELETON
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