Jane EyrePaper - Amber Gray Informational Text Summary English 11AA Due In Jane Eyre Womans Estate the author touches on how Jane Eyre was a feminist

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Amber Gray Informational Text Summary English 11AA Due: September 22, 2009
In “Jane Eyre: Woman’s Estate”, the author touches on how Jane Eyre was a feminist when feminism was not necessarily accepted. Maurianne Adams, states the different ways the book can be viewed, including the view of Jane’s self satisfaction and her ongoing love problems. She breaks both of those themes into subsidies and explains how both were major parts of the novel and affected the outcome of the novel. The critical essay expands most on Jane’s need for independence and how she associates marriage to losing that independence. The article describes Jane’s relationship she has with Rochester, in a spiritual way as well as a romantic way. It explains that Jane meets some of the people that influence her most, in the outdoors, like Rochester and Helen Burns. It goes into further detail of Jane’s relationship with Rochester and her love that she felt for him. Eventually the

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