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Essay | Jane Eyre's Childhood Effects on Adulthood

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Jane Eyre's Childhood Effects on Adulthood

Summary: This essay evaluates Jane Eyre's childhood and how it effects her adult decisions.
According to the University of Chicago's psychology department, "The human brain is most emotionally affected in childhood." As a child, many experience numerous great events, however one negative event can undermine all of the great events that the brain would have remembered. The traumatizing occurrences that take place in people's lives are catastrophic in childhood, and have a long lasting effect in adulthood. These events can cause a lack of love being provided, and not provide the experiences essential for adult relationships. In Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Jane's childhood lacks love and the experiences necessary in order to maintain healthy relationships, therefore causing her to go on a search for her identity.  

Because of the abuse imposed upon Jane, she created a sense of independence and dignity. In Jane's early years as a child in Gateshead she was abused both verbally and...

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