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Jane Eyre Outline Introduction.

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Thesis Statement: In Jane Eyre, Jane is tempted many times to submit to the wishes of others, yet her own moral standards and beliefs keep her from succumbing to their wills.

The thesis statement is a central issue of the book, but while it is the theme of the plot, there is much more going on in this great novel than simply a clearly defined character working out her destiny in a consistent manner. I will deal with the thesis through a variety of analyses, including:

The writing style, including word usage, vocabulary, adjectives, variety of sentence structure, syntax, rhythm, repetitions of words, and such.

The emotional impact of these devices on the reader.

The social and historical social context of the novel.

Biographical material about Charlotte Brontd.

Its relationship to contemporary feminism, psychology, and social criticism.

Its universality and contemporary meaning.

Thesis Statement: In Jane Eyre, Jane is tempted many times to submit to the wishes of others, yet her own moral standards and beliefs keep her from succumbing to their wills.

b. Because it is one of the most famous of all classics in the English language, there is a plethora of commentary and criticism about this book.

Given the historical and international scope of the movement for women's rights, it is inevitable that the novel is seen in a feminist context by many commentators. The critic R.B. Martin (1966) debunks the notion that it is the prototypical pre-feminist novel, however, in making a number of points about the novel's techniques and meaning:

"The novel is frequently cited as the earliest major feminist novel, although there is not a hint in the

book of any desire for political, legal, educational, or even intellectual equality between the sexes. Miss Bronte asks only for the simple -- or is it the most complex? - recognition that the same heart and the...

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