Discuss what type of humiliations Jane Eyre had to go through while at Lowood School? Who became the one who taught her how to cope with these humiliations and go through with her head up? In what way Jane Eyre’s difficult life at Lowood School shaped her character? Discuss the lesson Jane Eyre learned from Helen Burns? What is the difference between the philosophies of the girls?
Discuss the real reasons Jane Eyre falls for Edward Rochester. Why does she choose him and does not marry her cousin? Discuss the personality of Edward Rochester? Why does he need Jane Eyre in his life? What sacrifices do Edward and Jane make to be together? Are these sacrifices worth it?
Discuss if Jane Eyre can be possible called a feminist? Why? What role do principles play in the life of Jane Eyre? Do they help her throughout her life or make her life harder?
What is the role of Helen Burns in terms of the representation of the personality of Jane Eyre? In what way does the Red Room reveal the depth of the personality of Jane Eyre? What is the main symbol of love of the book?
Discuss what does Jane Eyre learn from the Red Room incident? What parallel can be drawn between the Red Room and Jane Eyre’s life?
What is Jane Eyre’s tragedy? What justice is she looking for in her life? What is the tragedy of Edward Rochester’s history with women? How does it influence his relationship with Jane Eyre?
Why is the notion of equality vital for Jane Eyre’s personality? How does the past of Jane Eyre form for attitude towards being equal to a man? In what way is Jane Eyre equal to Mr. Rochester?
Why is Jane Eyre considered to be a true story of love? What is the role of Mr. Rochester in the life of Jane Eyre? What are the true reasons Jana Eyre falls for Mr. Rochester?