Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre: Love Vs. Order

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Jane Eyre: Love Vs. Order

Summary: Analyzes the novel Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. Details Jane's struggle between love and order. Explores the constant struggle for Jane to keep true to both of them.
The novel, Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte, tells a beautiful story of the life of Jane Eyre and her constant struggle between love and order. Throughout the novel there is a constant war between characterizes and a constant struggle for Jane to keep true to both of them. She tries to keep a steady balance, even though it seems impossible.

Jane's first test of order is presented in the beginning of the novel with her Aunt Reed. She desires to be loved by Aunt Reed, but will not cower to everything her Aunt says. Jane wishes to be loved, but she refuses to go to a level of denying the independence she has set up for herself, which is the separation of her from her family. In this household she only has order. Her Aunt shows no affection for her, and her aunt will...

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