Jane Eyre and Olaudah Equiano
This paper introduces, discusses and analyzes the books "Jane Eyre," by Charlotte Bronte and "Olaudah Equiano, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano" by Olaudah Equiano.
# 29108 | 1,874 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2002 |
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The writer of this paper compares and contrasts the characters of Jane and Olaudah. Jane and Olaudah are two very diverse characters, whose lives seem quite different at first, but who really have quite a bit in common. It explains how one is fictional, and one actually lived, but both characters arouse the reader's sympathy, and graphically portray the inhumanities they faced throughout their lives. Both rise above their social stations, and both live happy lives in the end. It shows how ultimately, these two characters have far more in common than they differ, and their lives are certainly impressive to those who read their stories.
From the Paper:"At first glance, these two characters could not be more diverse. Jane Eyre is a fictional character in a romantic novel, and Olaudah Equiano is a real man, born in Africa and kidnapped into slavery at a young age. However, Jane's character faces oppression and prejudice just as Equiano faced it, and both characters work to end inequality and social injustice."
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