"will you walk this way, ma'am?" said the girl; and i followed her across a square hall with high doors all round: she ushered me into a room whose double illumination of fire and candle at first dazzled me, contrasting as it did with the darkness to which my eyes had been for two hours inured; when i could see, however, a cosy and agreeable picture presented itself to my view. (jane eyre, chapter 11, pp.63-64) in the excerpt above, the brightness of the fire symbolizes the to be discovered at thornfield. victorian domesticity security familial warmth o passion
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"with malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as god gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we
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