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Asher McGonagle 1018433.01Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a story of an unloved orphan trying to achieve happiness amidstthe daily struggles of her life. Throughout the early stages of her life, Jane is both mentally and physically abused. Her aunt, Mrs. Reed, hates her despite Jane trying to please and love her aunt. Although she works hard to please her aunt, Jane decides to escape the abuse by attending a boarding school. During her stay at the school, Jane makes and loses friends. Gains and losses aside, Jane finds happiness for the majority of the eight years she stays at the school. Although she is happy, Jane sees a better future in front of her and decides to be a governess. During her time as a governess, Jane falls in love with Mr. Rochester, the owner of the Thornfield mansion where Jane now lives. Their feelings for each other grow, and finally, Mr. Rochester asks Jane to marry him. Although Jane has finally found love and happiness, she finds out that Mr.Rochester is already married. Although the woman he is married to is a lunatic, Rochester cant not marry Jane. Knowing this, Jane leaves Thornfield mansion, thought anyone knowing. After her flight from the mansion, Jane is forced to become a beggar. Her suffering continues until she is taken inby the Rivers family. Although both Jane and the Rivers do not realize yet, they are cousins. Even though they do not know about their relation, they have come to love each other as if they were siblings. Although Jane is happy, there is still something missing. News gets to Jane. She has inherited a large sum of money after the death of her uncle. After this great fortune, Jane alsohers news that Mr.Rochester is in a nursing home after an accident. Hearing he is still alive, Jane goes the see her lost love. After their reunition, Mr.Rochester again asks Jane if she will marry him (Since his wife had died and the accident that caused him to go to the nursing home). Despite his handicap, Jane says yes. Finally, after all her hardships, Jane found true happiness.