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Theme 2: Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Charlotte Brontë, 1847
Famous for: Gothic atmosphere, feminist statements, and a crazy lady locked away in a tower.

Independence. Sounds great, huh? That’s what Jane Eyre thinks. In Charlotte Brontë’s story, independence is pretty much all Jane wants. Well, independence and love. But in the 19th-Century world of Jane Eyre—a world in which men and women were anything but equals—could love and independence ever go hand-in-hand? Check out this Recap to learn Brontë’s opinion on that one.

 

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