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Ominous
Extricate
Restraint
Tranquil
Ominous
Extricate
destitute
ridge
hamlet
verge
extremely poor
a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains
small village
en edge, border, or brink
destitute
extremely poor
ridge
a long, narrow chain of hills or mountains
Whitcross
Church Bells
A village
Nature
The crossroad where Jane is dropped off at the beginning of th…
What did Jane hear while walking down the road?
Where do the Church bells lead Jane to?
Who does Jane see as her caretaker, and even as her mother?
Whitcross
The crossroad where Jane is dropped off at the beginning of th…
Church Bells
What did Jane hear while walking down the road?
Where is Jane forced to sleep for the f…
What name does Jane give at the cottage…
What is the name of the housekeeper at…
Where does Jane sleep her first night f…
In a stranger’s home… At an inn… Outdoors on the ground… She does…
Jane Eyre… Janet Austen… Jane Elliot… Janet Eyreheart
Hannah… Diana… Mary… Bessie
A granite crag… A bed… The bus … A bush
Where is Jane forced to sleep for the f…
In a stranger’s home… At an inn… Outdoors on the ground… She does…
What name does Jane give at the cottage…
Jane Eyre… Janet Austen… Jane Elliot… Janet Eyreheart
wasted
recently
permission
neglect
wasted
recently
bid
farewell
coach
kidnapper
bid
farewell
sensible
vicar
inherit
disinherit
sensible
vicar
sombre
penetrating
further
instead
sombre
penetrating
moor
heath
sordid
rent
a tract of open uncultivated upland; a heath.
tract of wasteland
characterized by filth, grime, or squalor; foul
torn
moor
a tract of open uncultivated upland; a heath.
heath
tract of wasteland
dim
cheeks
morsel
flesh
dim
cheeks
almost
miserable
nursemaid
scold
almost
miserable
accede
vouchsafe
avidity
mendicant
yield to another’s wish or opinion
grant in a condescending manner; to reveal or disclose
a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something
a pauper who lives by begging
accede
yield to another’s wish or opinion
vouchsafe
grant in a condescending manner; to reveal or disclose
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Jane Eyre Ch. 3
Jane Eyre Ch. 4
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead, t…
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the r…
When she wakes, Jane finds herself in her own bedroom, in the…
“I am glad you are no relation of mine. I will never call you…
Jane Eyre Ch. 1
The novel opens on a dreary November afternoon at Gateshead, t…
Jane Eyre Ch. 2
Two servants, Miss Abbott and Bessie Lee, escort Jane to the r…
constantly
annoy
expect
praise
constantly
annoy
arrange
Catching the coach
Disturb
Pull
arrange
Catching the coach
Blackened
Risk
Bravely
Injured
Blackened
Risk
arrange
have to
Catching the coach
Disturb
arrange
have to
shrubbery
sombre/somber
penetrate
quarreling
shrubbery
sombre/somber
glow
muffled
apothecary
to lift
glow
muffled
Delineation (Ch.29, pp.440)
Taciturn (Ch.32, pp.472)
Pauper (Ch.28, pp.421)
Filial (Ch.28, pp.412)
Describing or portraying something precisely
Reserved; uncommunicative
A very poor person
Having the relation of a child to a parent
Delineation (Ch.29, pp.440)
Describing or portraying something precisely
Taciturn (Ch.32, pp.472)
Reserved; uncommunicative
frightful
agitation
uncertainly
to lift up
frightful
agitation
unfairly
Impatiently
Revenge
Consider
unfairly
Impatiently
guest
return
look out of the window
carriage
guest
return
lexicon
mendicant
torpid
tractability
dictionary
beggar
temporarily without the power of sensation or motion, as a hib…
the quality of being easily controlled or tamed
lexicon
dictionary
mendicant
beggar
eager
certainly
no sign
innocently
eager
certainly

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