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24 October, 07:13

The following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.

How is Jane hurt at Gateshead?

a. She falls in the decaying garden

b. John Reed throws a book at her

c. She cuts herself on a knife in the kitchen

d. Mrs. Reed beats her with a switch

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  1. 24 October, 08:02
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    b. John Reed throws a book at her

    Explanation:

    The following question references the novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte.

    How is Jane hurt at Gateshead?

    a. She falls in the decaying garden

    b. John Reed throws a book at her

    c. She cuts herself on a knife in the kitchen

    d. Mrs. Reed beats her with a switch

    b. John Red throws her a book is the answer

    Jane Eyre is an orphan who lived with her Aunty and cousins. She was wealthy and cruel to Jane. Mrs. Reed her aunt, allowed john Reed to be mean towards Jane. She was badly treated by him.

    Option B (John Reed throws a book at her) will be a perfect fit for the question
  2. 24 October, 08:50
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    It is B, John Reed throws a book at her
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