How do both Carhlotte Brontë and Daphne du Maurier explore the dificulties faced by two young women in "Jane Eyre" and "Rebecca"?
'He had not imagined that a woman would dare speak so to a man.'
Taken from Jane Eyre, this quote depicts the foremost difficulty which the two young women must face, the prejudice other people place on them, and what they must do to rise above these preconceptions.
In the novels Jane Eyre and Rebecca, we are presented with the life-journeys of two young women, their obstacles, and the way they develop amongst these problems. In this essay I will explore these hindrances and how the young women confront and behave towards them.
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