The Ideal Victorian Woman: "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte
The Ideal Victorian Woman
Charlotte Bronte uses her novel, "Jane Eyre", to satirize the classist society of the Victorian era. Bronte expresses the repression of 19th century Victorian woman through the figurative and literal confinement of female characters. She primarily shows this through the main character,r Jane Eyre and her dealing with and going through life. Bronte also displays this theme with secondary characters Jane meets like, Helen Burns, Mrs. Temple, Bertha Rochester, Grace Poole, Blanche Ingram, and Celine Varens.
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