30 August 2004
Don't shade your eyes - plagiarize
As a young girl, she is essentially trapped in Gateshead. This sprawling house is almost her whole world. Her life as a child is sharply delineated by the walls of the house. She is not made to feel wanted within them and continues throughout the novel to associate Gateshead with the emotional trauma of growing up under its "hostile roof with a desperate and embittered heart."
On the other hand, though I am not a lawyer don't even play one on TV I'm pretty sure this doesn't.