Syntax in Jane Eyre
Syntax Examples in Jane Eyre:
"He is not to them what he is to me..." See in text (Chapter XVII)
This sentence structure is similar to a sentence at the beginning of the chapter: “He is not of your order.” Jane is beginning to change her mind about her relationship with Rochester, entertaining the idea of becoming romantically involved with him despite their class differences. She feels she is more appreciative of his intellect than those of his own social class.