By Margarete Rubik, Elke Mettinger-Schartmann
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M. ) as a result of a fatal accident, and Jane’s journey to the West Indies, where she finds happiness in the company of a black Creole who turns out to be the son of Rochester and his first wife. For an illuminating discussion of Thomas’s novel, see Christian Gutleben’s The Victorian Tradition and the Contemporary British Novel, 176-184. The Future That Has Happened 43 [Myra] told me, you had to belong to her sect to be saved and even then – just as well not to be too sure” (17). Omens, particularly bad omens, also play an important role in the novel.
In the film, Jane regrets leaving England and Thornfield, but does not speak of her love for Rochester, who himself takes the initiative and declares his feelings. ” Jane: “From you sir”. (Brontë 251) The weakening of female agency is compounded in the Zeffirelli film. ” I cried. “Wait for me! Oh I will come” (Brontë 420). In this dynamic night scene Jane is in a room together with St. John Rivers, who had just proposed to her. When she hears Rochester calling her name, she breaks free from St.
Although Jane is granted a complete and particular self in Brontë’s novel, our attention is drawn to the fact that Bertha, a white Creole whose voice we never hear 1 The research carried out for the writing of this paper has been financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Technology (MCYT) and the European Regional Development Fund, in collaboration with the Aragonese Government (no. HUM200400344/FIL). 40 Bárbara Arizti and who is only seen in her mad state, has no particularity. The most usual instrument in the oppression and exploitation of others is, for Davies and Womack, the act of silencing the victims: “[w]ithout the freedom to tell their own stories, the oppressed become the easy prey of the oppressor who fills the silence where the words of the victimized should be heard with distorted stories that must function in untruths and generalities” (64).
A Breath of Fresh Eyre: Intertextual and Intermedial Reworkings of Jane Eyre. (Internationale Forschungen Zur Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft) by Margarete Rubik, Elke Mettinger-Schartmann