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Surname 1Student Name:Professor:Course:Date;Jane Eyre Passage AnalysisThe passage primarily focuses on the life history of Jane Eyre. Jane is a 10 years old orphan who was living at Gateshead with her wealthy relatives, the Reed family. She lived an unhappy life since she was being neglected and abused by her auntie and cousins following the death of his uncle Mr. Reed. Mrs. Reed punishes Jane by imprisoning her in the room in where her uncle died, “red-room” forconfronting her bullying cousin, John. Although the story of Jane Eyre is detailed, this paper will focus on the personal, cultural, racial, or gendered tropes coveredin the chosen passage. The above description, which is given by Jane reveals the true character of St. John Rivers. He is portrayed ashandsome, commanding, and imposing figure. This feature impressed Eyre to the extent of falling in love with him. However, the thought of spending the rest of her life with him made Jane change her mind. His only focus was his ambition. He concentrated on his faith and performing his missionary duties and Christian deeds. The description of his character as given in the passage by Jane can be considered as an allegory for their marriage if

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