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Essay | Similar Obstacles in "Jane Eyre" and "Oliver Twist"

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Similar Obstacles in "Jane Eyre" and "Oliver Twist"

Summary: The main characters in Victorian-era classics "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte and "Oliver Twist" by Charles Dickens reflected the society of the time with its class struggles.
The Victorian era was full of outstanding writing. Two examples, Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist, demonstrated how social awareness was a large part of Victorian literature and society. Both of these characters struggled with obstacles, and responded to them in similar ways. Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist share many qualities of character.

Jane Eyre and Oliver Twist both grew up as orphans. They both struggled with poverty. Growing up thought of less than others because they were lower class, both Jane and Oliver did what they needed to do to survive. Oliver joined the pick-pocketers to earn money to live. Jane went through school and applied herself, so she would not end up unhappy and in poverty. Jane and Oliver had similar obstacles while trying to basically survive. Both Jane and Oliver, as children, were lower class. They were both abused and...

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