What is the mood in the second paragraph of Jane Eyre, and what does this develop?

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In the second paragraph, the mood is suitably dark and sombre, matching the atrocious weather conditions. As the story begins, it's dark and wet in the vicinity of Gateshead Hall, which means that Jane won't have to venture outside and go on a long walk on a...

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