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Essay | Jane Eyre's Rebellious Attitude

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Jane Eyre's Rebellious Attitude

Summary: A discussion on how the title character Jane Eyre, from the Charlotte Bronte novel, chooses to deal with injustice. Compares the fictional character Eyre to the 1960s civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.
Injustice will never stop unless it is pointed out and fought against. The people who point out and fight against injustice are the ones who are noticed as ethically superior. The heroes and heroines of modern society do not consist of individuals who are afraid to be leaders and fight against what is morally wrong. A reason Jane Eyre is a heroine is because she was able to fight for what she believed in. Although not as famous as Martin Luther King Jr., she definitely forshadowed his rebellious footsteps. Charlotte Bronte made it obvious that Jane Eyre was able to overcome and eliminate the injustice she faced during both marriage and growing up. Jane was able to pursue a life similar to most heroes and heroines by continuously fighting against injustice and making sacrifices.

Jane showed that she believed in fighting against injustice when she left...

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