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Bronte's "Jane Eyre" is an adored classic and enchanting addition in literature. Jane Eyre, the protagonist is an orphan who is looked after by her mean spirited aunt Mrs. Reed who favours her children more. Consequently Jane was sent to an orphan house where she had to survive and cope with all the difficulties. The novel narrates her experiences, survival and recoveries.A remarkable piece!
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Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, (1847) was condemned and criticised at the time of its publication. Revolving around the life of an orphan, it presents her journey through life as she overcomes her hate-filled past and learns to feel passion and love for others.About the Author:
In 1846, Charlotte Brontë and her sisters began publishing under assumed gender-ambiguous pen-names because of ""a vague impression that authoresses are liable to be looked on with prejudice.""By 1849, all her siblings had died. The now well-known author of Jane Eyre travelled to London and enjoyed the friendship of many writers and intellectuals.In 1854, she married. She and her unborn child died soon thereafter.
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