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Lesson 11: Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë, Pt. 2

Watch Lesson 11 of Teaching Modern Political Philosophy, presented by Joshua Gibbs.

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Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte

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Discussion Questions
  • How is this passage of Jane Eyre helpful for identifying your students’ sympathies with progressive and conservative political philosophy?
  • Discuss the following statement from this lesson: “Rochester has accepted the ideas about nature, time, and the self of his day. Jane has embraced something older and far stranger and which requires the carrying of a cross.”
  • Is Jane within her rights to stay with Rochester?

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