Right, bar approach to me, And grinding Might, with furious frown, Swear endless enmity
The quotation comes from Jane Eyre Chapter 24Quotation:Though haughty Hate should strike me down, Right, bar approach to me,And grinding Might, with furious frown, Swear endless enmity.Context: The sweet song (or rather, the poetry) Mr. R was singing. ===Hi everyone! I don't quite understand the bold part. Poetries, I suppose, are the nightmare for most of English learners. I try to interpret it as below. Is it correct?grinding => crushing (into pieces)might => overwhelming powerthe whole sentence => It would be declared wrong to approach to me (so others are barred to approach to me); the crushing might, with furious frown (Might was personified, I take it as "a powerful monster"), would swear it would harbor enmity towards me forever.