Jane Eyre Essay | "Jane Eyre": Deceit

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"Jane Eyre": Deceit

Summary: Examines the theme of deceit in "Jane Eyre", by Charlotte Bronte. Shows how the main character learns that not all deceit is bad and also provides an alternate ending for the novel.
"Jane Eyre" is a coming-of-age novel, which recounts the first nineteen years of the character, Jane Eyre. Jane is an orphan who spends her unhappy childhood under the care of her unsympathetic aunt, Mrs. Reed. Although Jane is a neglected child, she is very resourceful. She is sent away to Lowood for her education and later becomes a teacher there. After she leaves Lowood, in search of a career as a governess, she ends up at Thornfield Hall. There she forms an attachment to Mr. Rochester, the wealthy owner of the estate. She goes into this relationship unaware of Mr. Rochester's past. Mr. Rochester had been previously married to a woman named Bertha Mason. Things between he and Bertha did not fair well so Bertha was left in Thornfield with a caretaker, Grace Poole. Bertha is never spoken of by Mr. Rochester and Jane does not find...

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