I think she could hear his voice calling her in the wind (her heart was screaming for his love).
LadyMacbeth wrote:I think she could hear his voice calling her in the wind (her heart was screaming for his love).
Well.. Lennye - I wish it could be truth. Can it be however? Maybe - she was younger and deaf about the fact he was a common cheater without any idea of what honor is:(.
LadyMacbeth wrote:On the other side Jane Eyre can also sound a bit like Jane "Weird" (Jane "EYE" was my first idea reading "EYRE" about the title of this book). Because she was bit weird. She preferd to go to boarding schools and to other people instead of staying with her distant family. She was very young then. She surely didn't have happy childhood.
It's up to how you interpret it.
Young, stubborn, and didn't have much love.
Whom you would chose Lennye - if I can ask you?
St John or Rochester?
Or ...someone/something else. For example lonely travel to India?
LadyMacbeth wrote:I am not so sure. As deals "Jane Eyre" I would travel to India on my own.
LadyMacbeth wrote: In my level 2 is very little about St John.
LadyMacbeth wrote:oh - in my age I would surely go into India on my own.
LadyMacbeth wrote:I would have very few hopes that Rochester will be a good man in future. Specially when he will recover.
LadyMacbeth wrote:You know - he should have divorced the mad woman in the attic when he never loved her. It would be probably more honest than keeping her in cage instaed of trying to treat.
She had to travel on the mission with his as his wife or stay home, no other choice.
I think your English is well enough to read full version. You should give it a try.
The people are religious but humble. The food is great.
To me, he was the same man before and after he got blind and handicapped, his love for her stayed the same.
My boyfriend's mom has been divorced with his dad for years, but she still carries his last name and didn't bother to change back to her maiden last name.
LadyMacbeth wrote:But later she inherited some money so she could go there on her own as I think. If she wanted. 20 thousand pounds were enough to pay for that travel.
LadyMacbeth wrote:My English depends on many factors et. hurry, time of day, general mood, level of concentration and attention. If these al elements work well - my English is civil. If now - it is bit...horrible:)
Like...a story about Count Dracula from Transylvania:)
LadyMacbeth wrote:Many English books have Hindu plots. But very few things about religion there. And about Hindu food too!:(
LadyMacbeth wrote:Yes - but first he had had to take off the mask/the disguise he liked. All in all it was easy cause everyone could see he was blind and without one hand. Isn't it a symbolic situation somehow?
I mean, if that was the case, I might as well think how she intimated with a blind man and crippled hannds because the author said they had a child afterwards.
Trust me, your English is well enough to comprehend the original one.
I also haven't read anything that really talks about India except a mention of it.
However, he did try to save her when she was trying to kill him, which proved he did not love her, yet he cared about her as a human being.
As you can see Lennye love is really a blind feeling. He had cheated her, had hidden so many things in front of her and she still loved him... I know it so good but... it doesn't make any sense to me any longer I am afraid:(
LadyMacbeth wrote:I think he should have placed her into mental asylum so he could have avoided many attempts of murder and other aggresions. However he didn't do it. Why?
Did he care about her really? Or rather he was scared of her family-lawyers?
We should have asked him probably...
However, now I just don't care if my loved one doesn't tell me about his past. Maybe this sounds stupid because someone's past is a past, but it's still who they were before who they are now or who they've been. For some reason I just don't care about it anymore. If he wants to tell me, it's fine. Otherwise, I don't bother to ask.
He was in the upper class group. I don't think he would let others know that he had a crazy wife. I think it'd be an embarrassment during that century.
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