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Inner conflict is the struggle that is confronted by the character own self In the Charlotte Brontes Jane Erye the protagonist rejects her own physical beauty in favor of her mental intelligence and humility Janes choices become her greatest benefit when she wins the hand of the man of her desires a man who has the values Jane herself believes in She values her knowledge and thinking before any of her physical appearances because of her desire as a child to read The lessons she was taught and the reinforcements of this idea reappearing in her adulthood During the course of the novel she lives at five homes In each of these places the idea of inner beauty conquering exterior appearance becomes a lesson Jane reads many books as a child even if it was against her cousins wishes She learns to value of her intelligence as a child at the Lowood Institution Her mind and humility win the heart of Mr Rochester at Thornfield Manor Also she earns St Johns marriag e proposal at Marshs End and in the end she wins her prize of Mr Rochesters hand in marriage at Ferndean Manor Jane Erye spent the beginning of her childhood at her Aunts house where she struggled to become more intelligent by reading books Jane wanted to learn even though her cousin insists You have no business to read our books you are a dependent Shortly after being struck for reading she lays in bed and requests Gullivers Travels from the library This book I had again and again perused with delight Her ambition to read and better herself meets opposition from her cousins yet she continues to struggle to read when she can The family she lives with treats her as an outcast but she continues to reject their criticism and improve herself by reading whatever she can get her hands on Jane Eryes next home emerges as the
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