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Plot Summary and Opinions about "Jane Eyre"

Summary: In Charlotte Brontë's novel "Jane Eyre," the title character is orphaned and my grow up with relatives who are uncaring. She eventually finds happiness when marrying Mr. Rochester.
Review of `Jane Eyre'

The author is Charlotte Brontë. The book is about Jane Eyre's difficult life in England in 19th century. The climax of the story is the moment when Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester are going to get married, however, the marriage is interrupted by Mr Mason, and then Jane Eyre decides to leave Mr Rochester in order to forget the sad memory. The story is always out of my imagination, so I find that the ending of this novel is hard to predict.

Let's take a look at the characters in this novel. The main characters are Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester. Jane Eyre is an orphan who knows little about her family, and growing up with her aunt and cousins. They are not pleased to have to give her a home, and treat her very badly. When she finally...

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