anonymous
  • anonymous
How does St. John Rivers represent patriarchy and participate in the subordination of women (I.e. the protagonist- Jane Eyre in this case) in the 19th century in Jane Eyre? Please help!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
St. John River urges her to do her moral duty and become disloyal to her self, this is subordination
anonymous
  • anonymous
St. John River by being a saint and having the same ideas is a symbol of the patriarchy
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks so much!

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