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The passions may rage furiously like true heathens as they are and the desires may imagine all sorts of vain things but judgment shall have the last word in every argument and the casting vote in every decision1 Such powerful words were found in the famous romance novels of Charlotte Bronte Through her novels Jane Eyre and The Professor Brontes life experiences were reflected by her main characters as they sought independence conceived images as symbols of important events in their lives and they exhibited commitment to their goals Like Charlotte Bronte both William Crimsworth and Jane Eyre encountered hardships early in their lives therefore they sought independence Crimsworths need to leave his brother Edward and Hunsden reflected the independence sought by Charlotte in order to pursue her career as a governess2 Since Brontes mother died when Charlotte was very young her father allowed their aunt to educate and raise the children until they were old enough to seek a career Their aunt was a stern woman and was rather content receiving obedience than affection3 which is similar to the character of Aunt Reed in Jane Eyre Although Hunsden did not hold any blood relation to Crimsworth the relationship between the men was cold which forced Crimsworth to find separation form ridicule and harsh criticism as did Bronte from her aunt The novel Jane Eyre further illustrated Brontes desires of seeking autonomy as the central character Jane represented the romantic relationship Bronte had experienced with her professor at the young age of 18 The storyline between Rochester and Eyre held true to the emotions of Charlotte Bronte because she felt the frustrations helplessness and happiness in a romance Isolation allowedthe heroines self-development but it impedeed her romantic yearning to be thoroughly lost in love4 Yet due to the hardships she faced in her romance Bronte still saw the need for separation from her beloved as did Eyre from Rochester and Francis from Crimsworth Although
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