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Fire Causes Mental Illness in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea

Summary: This essay shows how the experience of a residential fire can cause mental illness.
Almost anyone that has had the misfortune of enduring an early childhood traumatic experience will readily admit that it has had lasting effects on his life. A traumatic occurrence at an early time in one's life will not only change the person's way of thinking, but it will also alter the relationships that this person has with certain people, places, or things. Normally comfortable settings will suddenly become extremely uncomfortable. People that the child was once at great ease with unexpectedly are transformed into completely different people in the child's eyes. For an adult, traumatic experiences are easier to handle, at least in my opinion. But for a child, going through a tragic event could completely destroy the type of character that a child has been molded into. A prime example of a traumatic early childhood experience is a...

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