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Essay | The Presentaion of Mr Brocklehurst in "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte

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The Presentaion of Mr Brocklehurst in "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte

Summary: A study on the presentation of Mr Brocklehurst in the book "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte.
Charlotte Bronte, the writer of this Victorian novel, controls everything in this book by portraying the events through the eyes of the protagonist, Jane Eyre. In this narrative the opinions and views the reader sees are the biased views of the narrator, Jane Eyre.

Jane Eyre is recalling these events from her youth; as the reader only sees Mr Brocklehurst through the eyes of a small child, the facts concerning his appearance are distorted. She only remembers the points about his character and appearance that leave a lasting impression on her. For instance, her description of his size, due to her small height, would have been over estimated or exaggerated. She is an orphan and within the family that she lives, is of lowly status. She is frightened; has no father figure and as such has no male to...

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