Jane Eyre Essay | Jane Eyre

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Jane Eyre

Summary: Jane Eyre's dependency on her doll, is a perfect illustration of the theory that humans need something to love in order to survive. Even Jane states that her doll, although "a faded graven image, can still be cherishing and loving. I doted on this little toy, half fancying it alive and capable of sensation.
Humans absolutely need someone or something to love in order to survive. If not another human being, then at least "something." Whether it's a spouse, a mate, a friend, a pet, or even a stuffed animal, we all need something or someone to love. Love not only "makes the world go round," but also helps the human population endure. Love is an emotional necessity and Jane Eyre exemplifies this with her dependency for her doll.

From songs, to television, to books, to newspapers, the need for love is universal. Throughout history the majority of songs written revolve around falling in or out of love. From Frank Sinatra to 50 Cent, love is what they're singing (or rappin) about. Television shows throughout the years revolve around finding love. The Dating Game, Love Connection, The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are just a few examples. Newspapers are even packed with the personal...

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