by Charlotte Brontë

Jane Eyre is a Victorian novel whose heroine asserts herself, demanding an equal station in marriage and in life. These were revolutionary ideas to be published at the time, and many contemporary critics claimed that the book must have been written by a man. This novel also contains good examples of thesis-antithesis-synthesis.


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