Quiz Lesson 11: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Pt. 2
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In Jane Eyre, Jane and Rochester are two remarkable avatars of rival positions on what human goodness and human satisfaction looks like.CorrectIncorrect
Jane’s final response to Rochester’s plea stay with her is a good example of a conservative credo in a work of fiction.CorrectIncorrect
The will will always come into conflict with what it knows is best and what it wants because of pleasure.CorrectIncorrect
In Jane Eyre, Jane has calmly chosen to subscribe to the laws of Christ, this means that she will not suffer physically in this life.CorrectIncorrect