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Jane Eyre is a novel about struggle of a little governess for self-realization and dream-fulfillment In that determined and almost obsessive struggle Jane appears as a self-involved person in an absolute denial of the world around her This particular layer of Janes complex personality is important because it shades a general course of the novel At one point it even raises social and moral issues from the standpoint of Victorian conventionality In this passage I will show in which way Jane expresses her self-involvement through the denial I will seek for the evidence and reasons of that and at last I will give the explanation of how this innocent honest creature developed its mechanisms that influenced broad picture of Janes personality Jane grabbed her reward with blind happiness and joy I thought only of the bliss given me to drink in so abundant a flow Again and again he said Are you happy Jane And again and again I answered Yes 224 Jane doesnt have any questions for Rochester She accepts the rapture of the moment and steps into the future refusing to discern or reveal the vale of mystery that surrounds them Her strong individuality and feeling of self-respect persuades her that she deserves this happiness after all the torturing that she has experienced She is too exhilarated to think that something bad could happen Thus she doesnt see the change of weather as a bad sign but as a part of a nature She describes how bad weather that night was but concludes that even aware of it she experienced no fear and little awe 225 It is impossible to overlook her selectivity in what she believes to be a sign and what she believes is nature especially if we look at the very next chapter Here we have Jane experiencing beautiful sunny morning Birds are singing everything appears to be wonderful and Jane
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