Jane Eyre Essay | Female Characters in "Jane Eyre"

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Female Characters in "Jane Eyre"

Summary: Comparison of major female characters to the title character of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre." They are compared in both a political and psychological sense, illustrating Jane Eyre's status in the book and some aspects of her personality. The characters include Maria Temple, Helen Burns, Blanch Ingram, Diana Rivers, and Bertha Mason Rochester.
The development of Charlotte Bronte's character, Jane Eyre, becomes vital to her novel Jane Eyre, and the other characters in which she is involved. She is an intelligent, plain featured, honest young girl whose reaction to her situations brings more depth to her personality. She is forced to deal with oppression, discrimination, and at times poverty, which disrupt her strong will, dignity, and desire for freedom. At the beginning, Jane possesses a passion for pride and the idea of freedom and these characteristics, along with her integrity, are tested continuously throughout the novel by the many personalities with whom she encounters. Living in a male dominant world Jane is expected to remain obedient and docile and her passion sometimes keeps her from being able to do this. She is a rarity among obeying female characters and we see this throughout the book.

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