Jane Eyre Moral life essay.edited - Asher McGonagle 1018433.01 Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a novel depicting the life and growth of a young

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Asher McGonagle 1018433.01Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a novel depicting the life and growth of a young girl named Jane Eyre. The story takes place when Jane is ten years old. Jane lives with her aunt and cousins, who hate and abuse her. Throughout her life, Jane is put to the test both mentally and physically. Although Jane faces many struggles, she portrays a moral life. Despite her many obstacles, Jane overcomes them with virtues of patience, kindness, and perseverance.Early in her life, Jane demonstrates traits of patience. While living with her aunt Reed and cousins, Jane's patience is put to the test. Due to their abusive behavior, Jane is forced to stay silent. Jane holds her tongue and is patient, instead of telling her family how she dislikes her treatment. Jane demonstrates patients twice while attending boarding school. The first time is when Mr. Brocklehurst falsely accuses her. Instead of talking out and rebuking him, she bears her

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