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... out of the night, “'Janel Janel Jane!'” She recognizes Rochester's voice and
runs into the garden crying, “'Where are you?'” There is no reply. “'Down supersti!'
99 tion!'” she tells herself. “'This is not thy deception, 216 THE ENGLISH NOVEL.
99 tion!'” she tells herself. “'This is not thy deception, nor thy witchcraft, it is the
work of nature. She was roused, and did—no miracle—but her best.'” Jane
hastens back to Thornfield, learns that Mrs. Rochester has again fired the house
and that ...
Ignore these, and what remains is quintessential. There is the object of the satire,
Sir Austin Feverel, the man with an ideal system of educa-2 tion, who is to be
chastened into an awareness of the truth about life; there is his son, Richard, the
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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