Studying at Lowood School strongly influences Jane Eyre’s personality
Jane Eyre falls in love and stays with Edward Rochester because she needs someone to sacrifice herself to.
Jane Eyre’s principles make her life both harder and easier at the same time.
The symbolism of Helen Burns and the Red Room is essential for the message of Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre”.
The incident in the Red Room is the parallel to the life of Jane Eyre.
Each of the characters of Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre” has its own “life tragedy”.
Jane Eyre wants to be treated as an equal by Edward Rochester and until she does not feel she is “equal” she does not let herself be with him.
Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre” is a very complex novel with an interesting plot.