At this point in the reading, a lot more has happened, and although you haven’t

At this point in the reading, a lot more has happened, and although you haven’t yet finished the book, it’s not too soon to work on what you see as Jane Eyre’s potential similarities to fairy tales, the flipside of last week’s contrasts between the form of the novel and fairy tale.
Discussion Board Prompt:
In addition to those mentioned in the Overview, where do you see references to fairy tales or fairy tale-like topics? What do they mean or suggest? Where do you see some of the conventions or features of fairy tales? Which ones, and where? In his video, John Bowen specifically mentions “Cinderella” and “Beauty and the Beast,” so where and how do you see these stories incorporated, or possibly complicated? And what is the effect of all these fairy tale-like references and inclusions? As usual, be sure to include specific, direct quotations from the novel as part of your response.
Your response should be about 500-600 words.

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