Referring as specifically and frequently as possible to any of the week’s course material—the book’s readings, audiobook readings, discussion boards, and course videos—write and submit an essay (about 650-750 words; a little longer or shorter is fine) answering the following prompt:
For you, what, so far, is Jane Eyre as a novel able to do that other forms of storytelling—fairy tales, of course, but also a TV show, movie, or any other fictional form that also tells a story—are not? For this discussion board, choose at least one other form of storytelling (in addition to fairy tales!) and a specific “text” from that form of storytelling (ie. if you choose to consider film in light of story telling, choose a specific film that helps illustrate your point!).
In answering, make sure to include, discuss, and cite specific quotations from Jane Eyre, the aforementioned course material, and your other chosen storytelling forms.
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For you, what, so far, is Jane Eyre as a novel able to do that other forms of storytelling—fairy tales, of course, but also a TV show, movie, or any other fictional form that also tells a story—are not? For this discussion board, choose at least one other form of storytelling (in addition to fairy tales!) and a specific “text” from that form of storytelling (ie. if you choose to consider film in light of story telling, choose a specific film that helps illustrate your point!).
In answering, make sure to include, discuss, and cite specific quotations from Jane Eyre, the aforementioned course material, and your other chosen storytelling forms.
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