Jane Eyre Essay | How Brontë Enables the Reader to Follow the Fortunes of Jane Eyre

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How Brontë Enables the Reader to Follow the Fortunes of Jane Eyre

Summary: An overview of some of the ways in which Charlotte Brontë prepares the reader of her novel Jane Eyre to follow the fortunes of her heroine. Through an examination of the opening chapters, one sees how Brontë slowly reveals Jane's life and seeds thoughtful twists into the novel, at once intriguing and piquing the curiosity of the reader.
`Jane Eyre' still remains one of the greatest novels today. First published by Charlotte Brontë in 1984, during her early thirties. In the 19th century there was a strong stage of stereotypes, as it was thought that men were far more intellectual and superior than women, with this act, Brontë published her book under the false male name, Currer Bell. The novel is about a young girl, Miss Eyre, falling in love with the Lord and Master of Thornfield Manor, Mr. Rochester. Their love is tied to their tiresome troubles and each of their own personal hidden secrets, making a moving novel to read. Different styles of language are modified to make the opening chapters entertaining for the reader, catching their attention and compelling him/her to read on. The writer achieves this by applying emphasis on many issues...

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