The Period Drama Advice Column has begun! Remember, if you need any help with coming up with an answering letter, be sure to refer to the tips that I have left.
Our first letter comes to us from a Miss Jane Eyre (Jane Eyre).
|Jane Eyre writing her letter|
I am the governess at Thornfield Hall, the home of Mr. Rochester. When I first met him, he seemed to be very harsh, eccentric, and unconventional, but I now find myself falling in love with him. He has been the only person who I could talk to as an equal. I had not intended to love him: I tried to fight it. He made me love him without looking at me, but he is to be shortly married to a Miss Ingram, a beautiful but subconscious person. I cannot help but love him. I've said that my pupil, Adele, should go to school and that I should seek a new situation, but I cannot bear to leave Thornfield: I have not been trampled on there; I have not been petrified; I have not been buried with inferior minds, and excluded from every glimpse of communion with what is bright and energetic and high. What shall I do?
Remember, I will be accepting responding letters for one week. I will take letters until February 20th at 11:55 PM for Letter 1.
How would your character(s) respond to this letter? When you write your letter, make sure you post your responding letter(s) in this post. Good Luck!