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Jane Eyre

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An chapter by chapter analysis of the characteristics of Jane Eyre

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ABSTRACT

Jane Eyre is the most famous work of Charlotte Bronte, who is considered as an extraordinary woman novelist. Because the novel throbs with the heart-beats of its author, both literary critics and the readers have taken great interest in its unconventional heroine Jane Eyre, whose unconventionality is shown in the heroine’s pursuit of liberty, equality and independence. It is an autobiographical novel in a certain degree. This essay attempts to prove Jane is a real feminist through the analysis of her personality. Jane Eyre is a typical and magnificent representative in English literature, not only for her plain but famous appearance but also for her character’s outstanding and alien thoughts. The image of Jane Eyre is brilliant for her rebellious character. She always insists on her principle to rebel and fights bravely against the unjust world. She still tries her best to pursue freedom, equality, independence and true love. By unremitting efforts she finally gets dignity, freedom and true love.

KEY WORDS: feminist, rebel, independence, equality, true love














Contents

Introduction ………………………………………………………………………..(9)
Chapter One The Development of Jane Eyre’s Resistance ……………………...(10)
1.1 Outburst period at Gateshead …………………………………………...(10)
1.2 Jane’s resistance at Lowood Institution ……………………………… (11)
1.3 The perfection period at Thornfield and Moor House ………………….(13)
Chapter Two Jane Eyre’s Pursuit of Independence and Freedom ……………….(14)
2.1 Jane begins to realize the importance of independence and freedom …(14)
2.2 Jane gains strength from her teacher and her friend to achieve her independence ………………………………………………………....(14)
2.3 Jane develops her independence fully and learns the pleasure of it ...... (15)
Chapter Three Jane Eyre’s Attitude Towards Love …………………………… (18)
3.1 True love should be based on equality and mutual understanding………..(18)
3.2 The marriage pursued by women must be based on true love ……........ (19)
Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………….(23)
Acknowledgements ………………………………………………………………(24)
Bibliography ……………………………………………………………………(25)









Introduction

Charlotte Bronte, an English writer, is a great critical realist in the 19th century. She writes lots of works in her life. She sets to work on a new novel, Jane Eyre, which is published in August, 1847. Jane Eyre is her masterpiece which is a world famous novel. Jane Eyre has been translated into many languages and is always high in reading popularity. Jane Eyre, a plain, timid, weak and pale girl who appears to be a heroine, exists in numerous people’s minds. It seems to be a strange phenomenon. How can she arouse the eminent attention of the readers throughout the world? Because Jane Eyre stands for an idealized woman in the 19th century. Charlotte Bronte aims at awakening women's consciousness and courage to equal rights and freedom. Jane Eyre cuts a completely new ...

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