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Jane Eyre and Her Milestones

Summary: In Charlotte Bronte's novel of the same name, Jane Eyre conducts a unique journey of emotional growth and independence as she searches for love and acceptance. The milestones and people she encounters along the way display the development of her individual character.

The 19th century novel Jane Eyre explores the journey of a uniquely developing character and allows the reader to witness her significant milestones and events that have mould and shaped her persona. By becoming the shadow in Jane's journey, Charlotte Bronte leads the reader on an epic trail of experiences. From her infant days at Gateshead through to her settlement at Ferndean, the composer presents an enthralling, thrilling and moving read.

The opening scenes of the novel present Jane as a timid, self contained and discontented child. Jane's sense of isolation and loneliness is evident in the way she hides and conceals herself as she is ostracized by her Aunt and cousins. However, after her experience in the red- room and challenging her Aunt's `unjust' treatment, Jane emerges as a more independent character possessing and voicing her well defined opinions- ` I resisted all the way...

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