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The novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte has a plot that is filled with an extraordinary amount of problems Or so it seems as you are reading it However it comes to your attention after you have finished it that there is a common thread running throughout the book There are many little difficulties that the main character the indomitable Jane Eyre must deal with but once you reach the end of the book you begin to realize that all of Janes problems are based around one thing Jane searches throughout the book for love and acceptance and is forced to endure many hardships before finding them First she must cope with the betrayal of the people who are supposed to be her family - her aunt Mrs Reed and her children Eliza Georgiana and John Then there is the issue of Janes time at Lowood School and how Jane goes out on her own after her best friend leaves She takes a position at Thornfield Hall as a tutor and makes some new friendships and even a romance Yet her newfound happiness is taken away from her and she once again must start over Then finally after enduring so much during the course of the book Jane finally finds a true family and love in rather unexpected places At the start of Jane Eyre Jane is living with her widowed aunt Mrs Reed and her family after being orphaned Jane is bitterly unhappy there because she is constantly tormented by her cousins John Eliza and Georgiana After reading the entire book you realize that Jane was perfectly capable of dealing with that issue on her own but what made it unbearable was that Mrs Reed always sided with her children and never admitted to herself that her offspring could ever do such things as they did to Jane Therefore Jane was always punished for what the other three children did and was branded
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