Jane Eyre and Gender Issues
Jane Eyre is a novel that represents critique of Victorian age assumptions about social classes and gender issues. In the nineteenth-century there was a belief that women and men belong in "separate spheres," each with its own responsibilities. The women were expected to devote her self to the repetitive tasks of domestic labor and to minister to the needs of others while the men work and brought money.
Charlotte Bronte tries in her novel to state an exemplar has the opposite of the Victorian women aspects. The Victorian women were very dependable on men, not equal to them and they were a…
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