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Delhi University Solved Question Papers Semester 4 Paper 10 JANE EYRE by CHARLOTTE BRONTE

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  • Chapter 1

    JANE EYRE by CHARLOTTE BRONTE Solved Question Papers Part 1/4

    2004
    1.b) write short explanatory critical notes on Jane's life in Gateshead Hall.

    2006
    1. c) Write explanatory and critical notes on Jane's life in Gateshead Hall

    2016
    1. i) Write short notes on Jane Eyre's childhood.

    2012
    1. a. i) Write short explanatory and critical notes on Jane's life at Lowood School.

    2006
    1. d) Write explanatory and critical notes on Jane's first meeting with Mr. Rochester

    2007
    1. a) Write short, explanatory and critical notes on Jane's first meeting with Rochester.

    2008
    1. Write explanatory and critical notes on Jane's first meeting with Mr. Rochester.

    2010
    1. a) Write short explanatory and critical notes Jane's first encounter with Rochester.

    2009
    3. a) Critically comment on the extensive use of Master-employee/acolyte/slave imagery in the depiction of the Jane Eyre- Edward Rochester relationship.

    2016
    1. ii) Write short notes on “Reader, I married him”

    2005
    3.b) “Although small, simple and supposedly plain, Jane is a truly romantic heroine.” Do you agree? Give a reasoned answer.

  • Chapter 2

    JANE EYRE by CHARLOTTE BRONTE Solved Question Papers Part 2/4

    2000
    4. a) “Jane's arrival at Thornfield is an important milestone in her journey from innocence to experience.” Elaborate.

    2002
    4) a) “Thornfield's attic in  Jane Eyre becomes a space where Jane's rationality and irrationality intersect.” Discuss.

    2000
    4. b) “In Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte offers a fine glimpse of mystery and supernatural along with the heroine's psychological development.” Do you agree? Give a reasoned answer.

    2001
    1. c) I) Explain the following citations with reference to their context and give your own critical comments: The Gothic elements in Jane Eyre.

    2015
    4. b) In Jane Eyre,  Charlotte Bronte offers a unique blend of mystery and the supernatural along with Jane's psychological development. Do you agree? Give a reasoned answer.

    2011
    1.a) i) Write short explanatory and critical notes on Jane Eyre's story as one of enclosure and escape.

  • Chapter 3

    JANE EYRE by CHARLOTTE BRONTE Solved Question Papers Part 3/4

    2003
    3. a) “In Jane Eyre we find alternatives to the stereotypical rivalry of women as we see women in supportive roles with each other.” Comment.

    2011
    1.a) ii) Write short explanatory and critical notes on Jane's rejection of St. John Rivers' offer of marriage.

    2012
    1. a. ii) Write short explanatory and critical notes on St. John Rivers.

    2014
    1. a.i) Critically comment on Jane's rejection of St. John River's offer of marriage.

    2005
    3. a) Compare Rochester and St John in their dealings with people other than Jane.

  • Chapter 4

    JANE EYRE by CHARLOTTE BRONTE Solved Question Papers Part 4/4

    2002
    b) Comment on the use of the first person narrative in Victorian fiction.

    2004
    1. a) Write short explanatory and critical notes on the autobiographical strain in Jane Eyre.

    2007
    1. b) Write short, explanatory and critical notes on the Autobiographical strain in Jane Eyre.

    2013
    3. I) In what ways do you think does the autobiographical mode of Jane Eyre makes it a more powerful statement about a Victorian woman's search for and achievement of an empowered identity?

    2016
    1. ii) Write short notes on “Reader, I married him”

    2001
    1. Explain the following citations with reference to their context and give your own critical comments.
    c) ii) Bertha Mason

    2002
    4) b) “In the figure of Bertha Mason, Charlotte Bronte has represented the violence inherent in and imposed by patriarchy and imperialism.” Discuss.

    2003
    3. b) Compare and contrast Jane Eyre and Bertha Mason. To what extent can you justify the view that Bertha is the other half of Jane?

    2009
    3. b) “In the figure of Mrs Bertha Mason Rochester, Charlotte Bronte has inscribed the violence inherent in patriarchy and imperialism.” Discuss.

    2013
    3. ii) While both Jane and Bertha express a great amount of rage and rebelliousness, one is imprisoned and meets with a horrible death and the other goes on to lead a happy and fulfilling life with the man she loves. Discuss why in your opinion the two women meet with such dissimilar fates in the novel?

    2015
    4. a) Compare and contrast Jane Eyre and Bertha Mason as examples of womanhood in Bronte's novel.

     

    2008
    2. Write explanatory and critical notes on Religious practices in Jane Eyre.

    2010
    1. b) Write short explanatory and critical notes on Religion as presented in Jane Eyre.

    2014
    1. a.ii) Critically comment on Religion as presented in Jane Eyre.

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