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Jane Eyre what can I say about Jane Eyre it is definitely an all time favorite among many people around the world Charlotte Bronte really did an excellent job of bringing the character to life when reading the book you can almost feel what Jane is feelingJane grew up at the turn of the century and at that time woman were thought to be nothing in society all their roles were to stay at home and keep the house up to scale for the man of the house they were totally dependent they had no say or do in anything Jane had it very rough She was an orphan child with no family and no place in society Jane also carried around the worthless name of an orphan child and a lower class woman and people would always see Jane as nothing more than a servant In Janes case it almost seemed that there was no hope at all for her in life She was very despised by her Aunt Reed and Uncle Reed and her cousins john Georgina and Eliza that was the only family she thought she had and she had nothing to fall back on for back upA major issue for Jane and for all other woman at the time was the issue authority women had to deal with this at the time because of the way they were looked upon this issue of male authority stood in front of Jane a lot Some of the men that played a major role in here life were St John John Reed Rev Brocklehurst and Mr Rochester John Reed basically put her through hell at Gateshead as a child St John was an attraction figure for Jane when she was a woman Rev Brocklehurst was thought to be evil in Janes mind as she was a child Mr Rochester was though to be an attraction figure to Jane too As Jane moves through
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