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The most meaningful theme of this story is that the need to belong is crucial to achieve true happiness From the very beginning it is obvious that all Jane wants is to be loved and accepted by her family or anyone for that matter The abuse she suffered in her childhood wounded her spirit and her self-esteem for many years She was treated like an enemy in her own house shunned and punished at every opportunity by her cruel relatives As a child Jane endured the punishment alone and unloved Jane had never been truly been happy until the night when she collapsed from weakness on a complete strangers doorstep after fleeing from Thornfield She experienced kindness from three they took her in to their home to revive her When she discovered that they were her relations she finally recieved love from her real family After 19 years of neglect and pain she was acceptanced by her true family St John Mary and Diane Rivers The major conflict in the story is Janes personal quest to find love and acceptence after living her childhood neglected and alone Her quest began when she left for Lowood School in search for an education and perhaps some friends She recieved both of these in her eigh0t years residing at the boarding school As she worked as a governess at Thornfield she was admired by Edward Fairfax Rochestor Her quest was far from over at this point in the novel After fleeing to Milcote after the falsified marriage she discovered her real loving family the Rivers They showed her kindness even before they knew she was related to them when they took her in to their house and revived her from famine Her quest was finally over love was found at last The mood begins sad and dismal as the story begins with Jane beign pysically abused and punished by her Aunt and her cousin for no apparent
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