Why St. John Rivers Isn't Just a Jerk in Jane Eyre

From Torrey Honors Institute Lectures

Dr. Diane Vincent analyzes the character of St. John Rivers in Charlotte Brontë's novel "Jane Eyre." She explains that his character has greater depth than is often credited him, and demonstrates how he is in many ways parallel to the character of Rochester.

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    10. Why St. John Rivers Isn't Just a Jerk in Jane Eyre

    by Diane E Vincent

    56:25 — February 6, 2014

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