Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre Characterization

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Jane Eyre Characterization

Summary: This essay characterizes Edward Rochester from the book "Jane Eyre."
Throughout Jane Eyre the character Edward Rochester changers his appearance as well as his mood through the novel. He manipulates other characters into believing he has a different personality while he also portrays other characters, such as Mother Bunches. His transformations keep all the characters, especially Jane Eyre, guessing about his next action or mood. Sometimes he acts cold-hearted while other times he is thoughtful. Although Rochester's changes may keep the other characters questioning him, these alterations build Rochester as a person and help him discover his true self. His personality altered from a mean, self-centered master into a compassionate, humble husband. In the end, Rochester's changes were at everyone's best interest.

When Jane is first introduced to Rochester, they are unaware they will later have a relationship at Thornfield Manor. Jane comes to Rochester's rescue when he falls off his horse,."..the frown and the roughness...

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