Discuss instances of suspense in Jane Eyre.

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The suspense in Jane Eyre is the mystery that surrounds Thornfield. For the duration of her stay, Jane hears a strange laughter coming from the supposedly abandoned wing of the manor. She suspects she is being lied to by the other staff and by Mr. Rochester himself. When Jane concludes that it is Grace Poole who is responsible for...

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