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Jane Eyre - A Character Analysis
A look at the personality of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre.
# 139955 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (English) , Women Studies (Women and Society)


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This paper briefly argues that Bronte's Jane Eyre is a new kind of woman and that she is, far from perpetuating inherited sexism, a prototype for a new kind of feminist woman who is not afraid to be bold. The paper further notes that she is not afraid to stand up for herself as best as she is able. Beyond that, she strives professionally and she is unafraid to resist Rochester's urgent plea that they both flee to France and live as man and wife even though his first wife wife is still alive. Jane does not resist because she values conventionality so much as she declines because she values her own self-respect.

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"The following essay will briefly argue that Bronte's Jane Eyre is a new kind of woman and that she is, far from perpetuating inherited sexism, a prototype for a new kind of feminist woman who is not afraid to be bold (Jane has little reservation, it seems, about speaking the truth as the truth manifests itself to her) and she is not afraid to stand up for herself as best as she is able. Beyond that, she strives professionally for things (even if the things to which she can aspire are limited by the institutional barriers of her time) and she is unafraid to resist Rochester's urgent plea that they both flee to France and live as man and..."

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