Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

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Jane Eyre (1847) | Written by: Charlotte Brontë | Published by: Penguin Classics

Jane Eyre
Thug Notes Summary and Analysis

What up B? This week on Thug Notes we flying solo With Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.

As a kid, Jane Eyre livin with her twisted aunt Ms. Reed and her punk ass cousins who ain’t showin no love for my girl Jane. After dealin with these haters fo years, some righteous doc named Lloyd hooks Jane up, and convinces Ms. Reed to send Jane away to get schooled. But Jane ain’t bout to bounce before giving Ms. Reed a big ol’ FU** YOU. So Jane arrives at Lowood school where some bitch-ass clergyman named Brocklehurst starts hatin on my girl saying she ain’t nothing but a lying trick. But Jane’s homie Helen and a righteous teach names Miss Temple tell Jane they got her back. When Jane’s sistah Helen dies from consumption and Miss Temple chunks deuce outta Lowood, Jane bails and start hustlin as a governess up in Thornfield hall, some uptown gangsta named Edward Rochester be livin.

Once Jane meets Eddie, they start chillin on the reg. But meanwhile, some mysterious sh** starts going down at Thornfield: crazy laughing, somebody starting a fire in Eddie’s room, and one of the house guests gettin shanked.Later, crusty aunt Reed sends the word that she bout to kick the bucket. Jane’s forgiveness don’t quit so she go back home and nurses this ho.

Before Reed bites the dust, she confesses that she been hiding something for years: Jane’s got an uncle named John who wanna adopt her.When Jane rolls back to Thornfield, Edward proposes and they plan on shackin up together. sh** gets ridiculous during the ceremony when some playa hater named Mason say that Edward is already married. Seems Edward’s wife, Bertha, went whack in the head and she the one who been wreckin sh** in Eddie’s crib.

Jane be straight trippin about Edward actin like a pimp and peaces out of Thornfield.Jane be all cashed out askin for help til some playas named Rivers take her in- turns out they be her cousins! And when Jane’s Uncle John dies, he leaves her some mad cash! Now Jane got c-notes by the stack.Then Jane starts jonesing for her boy Edward, so she drops in on Thornfield and sees that the whole place has been burnt down! Turns out, Bertha’s twisted ass dun blazed the whole place then killed herself. DAMN! Not only that, but Eddie dun lost his sight and his hand during the scuffle. But Jane keeps it real and says, “Hey blood, I don’t care how ugly you is, I love you anyway.” Then they get married and even have a little G of they own.

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