On "Jane Eyre" Book Review by Top Papers

On "Jane Eyre"
A look at Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre."
# 143477 | 750 words | 1 source | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Literature (English)

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The essay entitled On Jane Eyre is a study of certain chapters from the famous nineteenth century novel about a plucky English orphaned girl trying to survive and established herself as an autonomous woman in a world. The paper cites how this was extremely difficult because of the social and religious constraints in which she lived. The paper concludes that the character Jane was able to do so through a combination of pluck and luck.

From the Paper:

"Charlotte Bronte subtitled her novel "An Autobiography," and there doubtlessly was much in the novel that was autobiographical in the sense that Bronte had to struggle against the confines of Victorian England. Social and religious conventions sharply limited what women were able to do. Jane Eyre could not consider marrying above her station. She was expected to follow religious examples, many of which involves seriously destructive attitudes. As a woman, she was expected to produce children, but even modest displays of sexual activity were considered shocking. When Mrs. Fairfax see Rochester kissing, she regards it as such a serious..."

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