1. Quote ID - Speaker & Audience
2. Passage analysis
3. Short essay:
Consider the love triangle with Mr. Rochester, Jane, and Mrs. Ingram.
- How does each character define love? Provide specific examples and quotes.
- How does unrequited love play a role?
- And how is there dramatic irony in your second reading of the text?
- You may bring notes with quotes to class for only this part of the test.
(Hint: Review Twitter quotes and questions...)
Optional viewing - you might find connections as it asks: What is Love?
(You can click the gear - and use the subtitles obviously if you don't know French.)
What is love? It's a hard term to define in so far as it has a very wide application. I can love jogging. I can love a book, a movie. I can love escalopes. I can love my wife. (Laughter)
But there's a great difference between an escalope and my wife, for instance. That is, if I value the escalope, the escalope, on the other hand, it doesn't value me back. Whereas my wife, she calls me the star of her life. (Laughter)