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A Summary of "Jane Eyre"

Summary: A detailed summary of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre".
Title: Jane Eyre

Author: Charlotte Bronte

Date of Publication: 1847

Genre: Romance and Gothic Novel

Historical information about the period of publication as it applies to the work:

Jane Eyre received much adoration by its readers; however, it was hated by the critics of the time. Elizabeth Rigby made many horrendous accusations against Jane Eyre and its author in The Quarterly Review in 1848. These accusation did not prevent the novel's popularity among the public.

Biographical information about the author as it applies to the work:

Charlotte Bronte went through many of the same experiences in her life as Jane Eyre did in the novel. She went to a harsh charity school much like Lowood that Jane attend. Also like Jane, Charlotte Bronte fell in love with a married man. Charlotte and her siblings also had an aunt who wanted to replace their dead mother much like...

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