a Nehesi Coates we were both in power by appealing to the global issue of The negative effects of misinformation. Needs to be a 10 minute read and need to discuss literary devices tones plot characters.
you have to find a one literary device and do a MLA PARAGRAPH ! Change words if you google answers no copy and paste! And I asked my teacher a question you’ll see on the last attach files and do what he says
sexuality and violence. Why do you think the author chose to include those scenes, and to make them as graphic as he did? Do you think those scenes help the story or do they detract from the real focus of the novel/series? The author contends that rape is not front and center in the novel, and that the marital rape of Daenerys cannot be considered a rape, because in medieval society there was no such concept. Do you agree with the author that because it was not considered rape in a medieval society that we should not consider it rape when reading the novel or watching the series today? Use examples from the series to support your conclusions.
Did any events in Chapters 28-35 seem unrealistic, or improbable, to you? Explain.
What happens to Jane on the way to Marsh End? What does Jane’s reaction to the news reveal about her?
How does St. John help Jane? What news does he bring to Jane? What does Jane’s reaction to the news reveal about her?
Why does St. John ask Jane to come to India with him as his wife? How does she answer him? What do you think Jane means when she says, “If I join St. John, I abandon half myself?”
Jane comes close to changing her mind about marrying St. John. Why? What does her response to Rochester’s voice suggest about her values and feelings? What conflicts seem to be troubling her?
What kinds of images does Bronte use to describe St. John? Give two examples. Why are these images appropriate?
Did you find the ending of the novel satisfying? Why or why not?
What shock does Jane receive when she returns to Thornfield? What does she learn about its inhabitants?
How does Rochester say he felt in Jane’s absence? What spiritual change has occurred in Rochester?
Do Jane and Rochester still feel the same way about each other? Explain.
In what way have the roles in Jane and Rochester’s relationship reversed?
Is the situation at the end ironic?