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Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre


by Charlotte Brontë

Jane Eyre: Is Mr. Rochester Really that Hot? Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Jane Eyre? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What happens when Jane tells her adoptive family what she thinks of them?

The family listens open-mindedly and objectively, as they eagerly welcome constructive criticism
Nothing, as the family avoids confrontation at all costs
Jane is locked in a bedroom
Jane is soundly beaten
Jane is murdered (it was a short book)
Q. Who is Mr. Brocklehurst?

The terrible man who runs the boarding school
A kindly and sympathetic teacher
I don’t know—who is John Galt?
Q. What happens to Helen?

She is kidnapped
She catches pneumonia and nearly dies
She is mauled to death by gerbils (seriously didn’t see that coming)
She dies of typhus
Q. What job does Jane accept after leaving Lowood?

Q. What bothers Jane about a locked room on the third floor of Thornfield?

There is blood oozing out from underneath the door
There is an eerie laughter emanating from behind the door
She keeps unlocking it, but every time she returns it is locked once again
It’s not the locked room itself as much as the two creepy twin girls standing outside of it