Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre: Characters, Events and Themes

This student essay consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis of Jane Eyre.
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Jane Eyre: Characters, Events and Themes

Summary: Analyzes the Charlotte Bronte novel, Jane Eyre. Discusses how appearances are very important to many of the characters. Also explores events in the novel, major themes, and characters.
Appearances are very important in Jane Eyre, to reflect the characters, events and themes. Brilliant word-pictures are painted with metaphors and similes, and these bring the novel to life. Each and every character is described in the utmost detail so the reader can feel totally involved in the book, almost as if they were there themselves. Several themes run through the book, with underlying messages, making this much more than just a simple love story. It is the story of the struggle of Jane Eyre, a girl who starts with nothing, and finds the love, family, independence and wealth she always wished for.

Jane Eyre is obviously the main character of the book, it being told from her point of view. Therefore we find descriptions of her from other characters. She is ten at the beginning of the book, and is bullied and victimised...

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