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Both Emma Bovary and Jane Eyre pursue love Isolate what you see as the most important similarity and the most important difference in their quest for love How does this difference account for what happens to each character at the end of the novel Emma Bovary and Jane Eyre have one thing in common They both pursue love Even though this is common in both of them they take completely different roads to achieve true love Jane Eyre seems to try to pursue love but something always came up to stop that from happening Emma Bovary on the other hand is never happy with the love she has and wants to pursue something that was quite impossible and only seen in romance novels Jane Eyre lived a really hard life To me Jane had the hardest life of all the females in the other novels Her pursuit for love was actually for love itself It wasnt anything materialistic nor was it a physical attraction She didnt find her love in romance novels She just wanted to fall in love However since she didnt have anything to love she had to look towards other things to love which in this case is very sad To this crib I always took my doll human beings must love something and in the dearth or worthier objects of affection I contrived to find a pleasure in loving and cherishing a faded graven image shabby as a miniature scarecrow Jane Eyre 28 Jane didnt even have the love coming to her from her family She had no one but herself and her doll Even though this unseen love from her family isnt intimate love it is still necessary to have in order to be able to know how to love someone Somehow she found happiness in this little toy She could not sleep unless it was folded in her night-gown And when it was with her she was happy believing
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