History Literature / JaneEyre

15th Nov '16 10:12:24 AM theloopweaver
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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money, multiply it by about a hundred to get to today's pounds [note]the reign of George III lasted sixty years so precise inflation calculations can't be done[/note]) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]

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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money, multiply it by about a hundred to get to today's pounds [note]the [[note]]the reign of George III lasted sixty years so precise inflation calculations can't be done[/note]) done[[/note]]) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]
15th Nov '16 10:05:46 AM theloopweaver
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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money, multiply it by about a hundred to get to today's pounds, the reign of George III lasted sixty years so precise inflation calculations can't be done) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]

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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money, multiply it by about a hundred to get to today's pounds, the pounds [note]the reign of George III lasted sixty years so precise inflation calculations can't be done) done[/note]) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]
10th Nov '16 8:15:17 PM erracht
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* Expy: The awful Mr. Brocklehurst was based on William Carus Wilson, a dour Calvinist-leaning clergyman whose Clergy Daughters' School Bronte attended in 1824/1825.[[note]] Bronte implies this quite clearly in a letter to her publisher.[[/note]]
10th Nov '16 8:13:45 PM erracht
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* Expy: The awful Mr. Brocklehurst was based on William Carus Wilson, a dour Calvinist-leaning clergyman whose Clergy Daughters' School Bronte attended in 1824/1825.[[note]] Bronte implies this quite clearly in a letter to her publisher.[[/note]]
31st Oct '16 8:23:39 AM CaptEquinox
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* AsTheGoodBookSays: The novel positively groans under the weight of its Biblical allusions.

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* AsTheGoodBookSays: The novel positively groans under the weight of its Biblical allusions. Well, the author ''was'' the daughter of an Anglican clergyman.
15th Oct '16 7:29:47 AM NateTheGreat
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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money; online inflation calculators put this amount at about two million pounds or two and a half million dollars in today's money) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]

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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money; online inflation calculators put this amount at money, multiply it by about two million pounds or two and a half million dollars in hundred to get to today's money) pounds, the reign of George III lasted sixty years so precise inflation calculations can't be done) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]
15th Oct '16 7:23:22 AM NateTheGreat
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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]

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* WealthyEverAfter: Jane [[spoiler:inherits £20000 (which back then was a ''lot'' of money; online inflation calculators put this amount at about two million pounds or two and a half million dollars in today's money) from her long-lost uncle close to the end of the story.]]
23rd Aug '16 2:54:14 PM spacealien
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* Snark To Snark Combat: Most of Jane and Rochester's dialogue towards each other ends up being this, especially near the end

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* Snark To Snark Combat: SnarkToSnarkCombat: Most of Jane and Rochester's dialogue towards each other ends up being this, especially near the end
26th Jul '16 3:42:02 PM KnightLight321
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* DoesNotLikeMen: Jane initially, though to be fair, her only male contacts prior to moving to Thornfield were[[TheBully John Reed]] and [[SinisterMinister Mr. Brocklehurst]]. She changes her tune after meeting Mr. Rochester.



* ALighterShadeOfBlack: Eliza Reed, compared to her AttentionWhore sister and {{Jerkass}} brother and mother. While not exactly ''nice'' to Jane, she treats her civilly enough, and their last conversation after [[spoiler: Mrs. Reed's death]] is probably the closest Jane ever comes to being shown affection by the Reed family.



* TakingTheVeil: One of Jane's cousins converts to Catholicism, becomes a nun and later becomes the mother superior.

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* TakingTheVeil: One of Jane's cousins converts to Catholicism, After [[spoiler: Mrs. Reed's death,]] Eliza becomes a nun and later becomes the mother superior.superior of her convent.
22nd Feb '16 10:50:33 PM PaulA
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* [[spoiler: MadwomanInTheAttic: Formerly [[TropeNamer named]] BerthaInTheAttic.]]

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* [[spoiler: MadwomanInTheAttic: Formerly [[TropeNamer named]] BerthaInTheAttic.[[spoiler:Various mysterious events around Thornfield Hall are revealed to be due to the presence of Bertha, Rochester's mad wife, hidden away in the attic.]]
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