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Rochester however traces another trajectory for her from fairyland to reality when he describes her as a changeling, fairy-born and human bred Jane Eyre , The foreign phrase functions as a cover-up, describing the apparent domestic comfort which hides the horrific secrets of the attic. She thus invents a verb to refer to her activity as a woman preparing the house for Christmas, and enquires of St John if he has understood what she means:.
My first aim will be to clean down do you comprehend the full force of the expression? My purpose, in short, is to have all things in an absolutely perfect state of readiness for Diana and Mary before next Thursday; and my ambition is to give them a beau-ideal of a welcome when they come. I am to take mademoiselle to the moon, and there I shall seek a cave in one of the white valleys among the volcano-tops, and mademoiselle shall live with me there, and only me.
I told her not to mind his badinage; and she, on her part, evinced a fund of genuine French scepticism: denominating Mr. She is ruled by reason and becomes mistress—not of Rochester—but in a village school. Which is better?
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A lamp that lit the sacred shrine The children's pale cheeks shewed; The elder stretched his trembling hand For what was not bestowed; The younger sang a plaintive strain, Oft dropped, then feebly raised again:—. We too of cold and want must die, If none will help or hear our cry!
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This voice was lost; the winter-wind Bore off its tones subdued, And soon the merry feasters gone, Left all in solitude; And none had looked towards the church, Or marked the Orphans in its porch. Then turned they to the chapel door; Their mother oft had said That God will shield the friendless poor, When other aid is fled. They knocked—an echo mocked the ear; They waited—Death alone drew near!