teen girl in her high school English class to learn from her reading material that her purpose in life is to serve her husband? There are many strong and clear examples of these ideas in Bronte's protagonist, Jane, her personality, actions, communication Disorder thoughts, and beliefs. I think this question can be interpreted in at least two different ways - namely: whether. She has no money or family, and basically is forced to do everything for herself.
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It's okay to be boy-crazy (and still feminist! The time is twilight, and Jane is on her way to the neighbouring village to post a letter when she first comes upon Rochester. It is not surprising, then, that (some) feminist critics have found good reason to applaud Jane - not least on account of her having agency the Perception Versus Reality (if not autonomy) in a time and place women were often denied. Women in the Victorian era - depended upon men physically, financially, spiritually - carried the burden of staying in her place they accepted their standards - love, honour and obey her husband - poem presenting the role of a wife: An angel in the House. She has portrayed immortal characters.
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