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Many of the stereotypes now popularly associated with the word Victorian, especially in reference for gender issues in that era, the representation of women of the upper class in the whole decadent and dissolute, while the idealized middle-class women, by contrast, were selfless and morally upright sometimes almost ethereal being whose capable of keeping not only her children but also her husband in line morally. Bronte rejects through Jane much of the domestic feminine ideal and the traditional ideas about the proper duties of women. This separation between men and women, each with its ow…
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