Jane Eyre Essay | Reason Vs. Passion in "Jane Eyre"

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Reason Vs. Passion in "Jane Eyre"

Summary: Essay discusses the aspects of reason vs. passion in the novel "Jane Eyre."
A person's passion and reason can in many cases manipulate one another to force a decision. Whether it is the right or wrong decision for the person remains to be seen, but it is something that Jane Eyre struggles with throughout this novel. Jane's character is very unique in many ways, she is able to make the right decisions for herself without compromising her feelings or what she feels is the right thing to do. Although Jane is in love, she makes decisions that are best for her and never makes any rash decisions. This is particularly what makes Jane such an independent person. Rather than acting purely based on emotion and impulse she takes time to think of what she feels would be the best change for her. Jane not only thought about her self but others, which would often cloud her reason...

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