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How Rejection Affects a Child's Development

Summary: Talks about how rejection will affect a child's development and how it affected the character of Jane Eyre created by Charlotte Bronte.
A child's growth and development is influenced greatly by their living environment and the people surrounding them. They are affected by the treatment they receive and the way that the people around them act. In Jane Eyre, a novel by Charlotte Bronte, the main character Jane is a neglected girl who is both mentally and physically abused and has to deal with the feeling of hatred from her only known relatives. When both Jane's parents and her uncle pass away, she is left in the hands of her horrible Aunt Reed. Her uncle had made her aunt promise that when he died, she would take Jane in and treat her as if she was one of her own. She only follows half of the promise though; she gives Jane a roof over her head but in no way treats her nicely. She scolds her...

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