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1 below, and the examination of the specimen passage). Jane fears there is a barrier between them, which there certainly is: Mrs Rochester. But there are also barriers of other, more psychological kinds. 2. Before turning to it, interpret the chapter on your own, and then compare the results. Chapter 26 The day of the wedding begins with Rochester impatient, and Jane anxious. Two mysterious strangers arrive, and at the crucial moment they declare an impediment to the marriage. It is Mason and a solicitor.
For his part St John has his religious vocation. Accordingly, there is a thematic contrast between what the individual is suited to by 'nature' - the purpose of the idyll - and what society demands, with the consequent struggle of self-repression. Chapter 31 Jane is reflecting on her first day's teaching when she is interrupted by St John who lectures her on the necessity of self-discipline, of curbing the bent of nature. The gorgeous Miss Oliver appears in the middle of his peroration to give ironic clarity to the terribleness of St John's own struggles.
44 The great attraction of the book, however, is that it goes beyond the somewhat abstract opposition of Romanticism and rationality, giving us a wealth of concrete instance. Jane's background and conditioning are sharply realised, as is the milieu in which she moves. As a result, her choices are both particular and socially typical. The two great facts of her existence are precisely examined. As a woman, she has only one real avenue for self-expression: marriage. For the male Romantic poets, the struggle between self and society tended to resolve into the opposition between the spiritually suffocating city, with its restricted ways of thinking and feeling, and the world elsewhere that was nature, a contrasting place of spiritual freedom.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë by Robert Miles (auth.)