Quiz Lesson 9: Jane Eyre—Part 4
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A Byronic hero is a brooding, moody figure who embodies a romantic love that trumps nearly all other values including conventional behavior. Mr. Rochester is an example of a Byronic hero.CorrectIncorrect
In Jane Eyre, Bronte was habituated to talk about Christianity. Her novel subverts Christianity so it isn’t important to listen to what she says about Christianity.CorrectIncorrect
In Jane Eyre, while there is a great deal of mention of Christian hypocrisy, Bronte is not suggesting that we do not worship Christ.CorrectIncorrect