"Jane Eyre" by Charlote Bronte: Essay on how Jane has grown from a passionate Child to a reasonable Adult.
Children tend to allow their emotions and their feelings to rule all of their decisions, but as they grow and mature into adults, they are able to make the right decision despite what they would rather do. "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte shows the development of the main character Jane Eyre as she grows up into an adult who uses reason to make her important decisions. Jane first lives at Gateshead with her rich, snobbish aunt Mrs. Reed and her violent, mistrusting cousins John, Georgiana, and Eliza. Then Jane is sent to live at Lowood, a boarding school for disadvantaged children, where…
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