A Lifestyle Broken by Bronte - Jane Eyre changed the...

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Jason Gaddy 9/6/06 Honors 101 A Lifestyle Broken by Bronte In 1847, when Jane Eyre was published, women were expected to be a certain way and do certain things. If they were married, they were expected to reproduce, not enjoy sex, and take care of their children. If they were not married, they were expected to be schoolteachers, …, or governesses.
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Unformatted text preview: Jane Eyre changed the perspective of women in that time. It made people see that women had feelings and passion as well as men. Women stopped settling for less and men stopped expecting less. Of course, all of that happened over a century and a half, but many things have changed for women because of this book....
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