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简爱 Jane eyre英文读后感

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简爱 Jane eyre英文读后感

I first read Jane eyre in the eighth grade and have read it every few years since. This is one of my favorite novels, and for me it’s much more than a gothic romance, though I might have defined it that way at 13. Jane and Mr. Rochester have always shocked and troubled me in some way. Every time I see them, they have a new depth… Their love story has been going on for centuries.

Charlotte Bronte’s first novel, her most famous, is a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story. Jane is plain, poor, lonely and unprotected, but because of her strong independence and strong will, she has grown up to defy society’s expectations of her. This is absolutely feminist literature, published in 1847, long before any feminist movement began. Perhaps this is one reason why the novel has gained such a following since its release. It was also one of the first gothic romance novels to be published and defined the genre.

Jane eyre, our narrator, was born into a poor family. Her parents died when she was very young, and the little girl was sent to live with her uncle and aunt at gateshead. Jane’s uncle genuinely cared for her and professed his affection for her, but Mrs. Reed seemed to dislike the orphan and neglected her when she coddled her own child. This unfair treatment highlights Jane’s status as an unwelcome outsider. She was often severely punished. Once, her nasty cousin jack got into a fight with her. Jane tries to protect herself and ends up locked in the scary red house. Jane’s uncle reed had died not long before in this room, and Mrs. Reed knew how much she feared it. Since Jane is the narrator, the reader can directly feel the feelings of the child, her high emotional state in captivity. Indeed, she looked almost like a hysterical child, full of fear and anger. She said repeatedly that her life was “unfair” and that her heart was full of pain. When Jane looks in the mirror, she sees a distorted image of herself. She looked at her reflection and saw a “strange little figure”, or “little ghost”. Jane has not yet learned to put her heart above her head. Her passion continued to rage unbridled. She was sequestered in the red house, a sign that she would be cut off from almost all society and communities. This powerful, beautifully written scene always moves me.

Mrs. Reed decided to send Jane to lowood school, a humble school opened by Mr. Brocklehurst, who believed that suffering made great men. All the children there were neglected and severely punished unless they made any mistakes. At lowood, Jane met Helen burns, a young woman a little older than Jane, who guided her through the rest of her life with vision, light, and love. Jane is in great need of love. In this first friendship, this became apparent. Helen later died of a fever in Jane’s arms. Her illness and death could have been prevented if more attention had been paid to those young people. Jane spent ten years at lowood, eight as a student and two as a teacher. Tired and frustrated by her surroundings, Jane applied for a position as a governess and found work at thornfield. It was owned by a gentleman named Edward fairfax rochester. Her job is to teach his ward, a lovely little French girl, Adele. For a long time, the moody and enigmatic rochester confides in Jane, who confides in him. The two form an unlikely friendship and eventually fall in love. Jane’s need for love reappeared, as did her passionate nature. She bloomed. As a dark gothic figure, rochester’s heart is also filled with the hope of true love and future happiness with Jane. Ironically, he took all the pain, past and future, on himself.

Things were not as they seemed at thornfield. There is a strange, ominous maid, grace Poole, who lives and works in the attic room. She kept to herself and seldom appeared. From the start, however, Jane sensed that strange things would happen at night when everyone was asleep. Jane wants to know why nobody is investigating Mrs. Poole. Then a stranger visited thornfield, and mysteriously disappeared with Mr. Rochester. Late that evening, Jane was asked to sit with the man while the owner of the house sought medical help. The man was badly injured and weakened by loss of blood. The first thing in the morning, with a feeling of regret, he got into the carriage and left. There was no direct answer to Jane’s question. This visit will have dire consequences for all concerned. An explosive secret is revealed that will destroy all the pleasant plans Jane and rochester have made. Again, Jane, poverty and isolation.

Charlotte Bronte’s heroine, Jane eyre, may not have been enhanced by beauty or money, but she had a passionate spirit, a sense of integrity and independence — traits that never diminished despite the oppression she faced in life. Ms Bronte brings such issues as “Jane eyre” : the relationship between men and women in the mid-19th century, the equality of women, the treatment of children and women’s religious beliefs and hypocrisy (the difference between the two), the realization of self, the nature of love and passion. This is a novel full of romance, mystery and passion. It is both surprisingly fresh and contemporary. Ms. Bronte will make your heart race, your pulse race, and your eyes fill with tears.

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我第一次读《简·爱》是在八年级,从那以后每隔几年就会读一次。这是我最喜欢的小说之一,对我来说,它远不止是一部哥特式浪漫小说,尽管我可能在13岁时就会这样定义它。简和罗切斯特先生这两个人物,总在某种程度上使我感到震惊和困扰。每次我见到他们,他们都有新的深度……他们之间的爱情故事已经有好几个世纪了。

夏洛蒂·勃朗特的第一部小说,也是她最著名的作品,是一部半自传体的成长故事。简长相平凡,贫穷,孤独,没有保护,但由于她强烈的独立性和坚强的意志,她成长起来,能够反抗社会对她的期望。这绝对是女权主义文学,出版于1847年,远远早于任何女权主义运动的开始。也许这就是这部小说自上市以来拥有众多追随者的原因之一。它也是最早出版的哥特式浪漫小说之一,并定义了这种体裁。

简·爱,我们的叙述者,出生在一个贫穷的家庭。她的父母在她很小的时候就去世了,小女孩被送到盖茨黑德与她的叔叔和舅妈住在一起。简的叔叔真心关心她,公开表示他对她的喜爱,但里德太太似乎讨厌这个孤儿,在她娇惯自己的孩子时忽略了她。这种不公平的待遇突出了简作为不受欢迎的局外人的地位。她经常受到严厉的惩罚。有一次,她那讨厌的表弟杰克和她打了一架。简试图保护自己,结果被锁在可怕的“红房子”里。简的里德舅父不久前就死在这间屋子里,里德太太知道她非常害怕这间屋子。由于简是叙述者,读者可以直接感受到孩子的感受,她被囚禁时高涨的情绪状态。的确,她看起来几乎像一个歇斯底里的孩子,充满了恐惧和愤怒。她反复说自己的生活“不公平”,内心充满痛苦。简照镜子时看到的是自己扭曲的形象。她看着自己的倒影,看到了一个“奇怪的小身影”,或者“小幽灵”。简还没有学会把感情置于理智之下。她的激情仍在肆无忌惮地爆发。她被隔离在红房子里,这预示着她以后将与几乎所有的社会和社区隔绝。这个强有力的,写得很美的场景总是让我感动。

里德太太决定把简送进罗沃德学校,这是布罗克赫斯特先生开办的一所简陋的学校,他认为苦难会造就伟大的人物。那里所有的孩子都被忽视了,除非犯了任何错误都会受到严厉的惩罚。在罗沃德,简遇到了海伦·彭斯,一位比简年长一点的年轻女子,她用远见、光明和爱引导她度过了余生。简非常需要爱。在这第一次的友谊中,这一点变得很明显。海伦后来死于发烧,在简的怀里。如果对那些年轻人给予更多的关注,她的疾病和死亡本来是可以避免的。简在罗沃德待了10年,8年是学生,2年是教师。由于周围的环境使她感到疲倦和沮丧,简申请了家庭教师的职位,并在桑菲尔德找到了工作。这座豪宅的主人是一位名叫爱德华·费尔法克斯·罗切斯特的绅士。她的工作是教他的被监护人,一个可爱的法国小女孩,阿黛尔。在很长一段时间里,喜怒无常、高深莫测的罗切斯特向简吐露心事,简也向他吐露心事。两人形成了一种不太可能的友谊,并最终坠入爱河。简对爱的需求再次出现,她热情的天性也是如此。她绽放。作为一个黑暗的哥特式人物,罗切斯特的内心也充满了对真爱和未来与简的幸福的希望。讽刺的是,他把所有的痛苦,过去和未来,都加在自己身上。

在桑菲尔德,事情并不像看上去的那样。有一个奇怪的,不祥的女仆人,格雷斯普尔,谁生活和工作在阁楼的房间。她独来独往,很少露面。然而,从一开始,简就感觉到了每个人都睡着了的夜晚会发生奇怪的事情。简想知道为什么没有人调查普尔太太。然后一个陌生人拜访了桑菲尔德,神秘地和罗切斯特先生一起消失了。那天晚上很晚的时候,简被要求和那个男人坐在一起,而这家的主人正在寻求医生的帮助。那人受了重伤,因失血过多而虚弱。他早上的第一件事,就是带着一种遗憾的心情,坐上马车离开。简的问题没有直接回答。这次访问对有关各方都将产生可怕的后果。一个爆炸性的秘密被揭露,将摧毁简和罗切斯特所做的所有愉快的计划。简,再一次将面临贫困和孤立。

夏洛蒂·勃朗特笔下的女主人公简·爱,也许没有被美貌和金钱所增色,但她有一种热情的精神,充满了正直和独立的意识——尽管她在生活中遭遇了种种压迫,她的这些性格特征从未减弱。勃朗特女士带来的“简爱”等问题:男人和女人之间的关系在19世纪的中期世纪,女性的平等,治疗儿童和妇女的宗教信仰和虚伪(两者的区别),实现自我,爱的本质和激情。这是一部充满浪漫、神秘和激情的小说。它既令人吃惊地清新,又是时代的写照。勃朗特女士会让你心跳加速,脉搏加速,眼里充满泪水。

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