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Third Interpretive Sketch Out of the entire book I found the last third the most difficult to relate too It wasnt so much that the situations didnt apply to me but that they were pretty obscure The Rivers kindness towards strangers was the first thing that struck me as something I could relate too Although the situations would probably be different from being in the city to up at my cottage id like to think that if someone were to come to my doorstep in need of assistance I would do everything I could to help them I can relate to Janes feeling of physical exhaustion and defeat as she was begging as I was once canoe tripping through Quetico Park underfed and suffering from heat stroke I can imagine how she would feel while wandering that day as it must have been ten times worse then what I felt I can also sympathize with why Jane would not want to marry St John as she felt like she would just be settling for something although she didnt love him I was recently put in a similar situation with a friend of mine so I can understand her temptation Jane is also very generous with her inheritance towards her cousins If I were to come into some money when it didnt all rightfully belong to me I am sure that I would share with my loved ones so that they were not angry with me I didnt feel that many books that I have read in the past could relate to this section of the novel at all As mentioned in the last two sketches I find many similarities between Jane Eyre and Pygmalion and Great Expectations but no new ones at this time This third made me realize the simple contrast between the society Jane lives in and life in Toronto Toronto and the towns that Jane encounters are very different obviously because
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