Lameonaca On Jane Eyre

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Lamonaca argues that while there is a simple attractiveness in the rhetoric and idolization of character, the ending of Jane Eyre is both confusing and anticlimactic. St. John stood as a symbol for intensified, aggressive Christian values very different than those of Jane’s. Having the conclusion tie back into his character stands against what Jane has been suffering through this whole time and portrays him in a far too positive light. Lamonaca begins her essay with this passage to clearly demonstrate the issues she will be discussing: Jane’s feminist values that differ so greatly from St. John’s persona, and the different variations of Christianity seen throughout the novel. Lamonaca argues that Jane’s uncommon morality and personality rely
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