Respect Jane Eyre

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In retrospect many individuals reflect upon their past memories and dissect portions of their lives that they once never thought of revisiting. Whether it be because of cruel hardships faced at young ages, unhappy memories that have further been suppressed, or potentially embarrassing moments in life that are kept hidden deep within. It is human nature to, at some point, evaluate previous actions based on realisation of morality and ethics often influenced by passion. Charlotte Bronte’s exposure to life in 19th century England is outlined through her novel Jane Eyre through descriptions of conflicting emotions of passion diverging thoughts from morality and ethics of right and wrong heavily influenced by the Romantic writers creating emphasis through retrospect. Bronte ultimately writes through pedagogy throughout her novel to teach her readers of ethics and morality through dual consciousness of an adult reflecting on her childhood memories. Throughout the story readers learn how the main character,…show more content…
Bronte was heavily influenced by the Romantic era which is shown throughout her use of emotion, pathos, with an interesting twist. The author uses retrospect to propel her audience into the flashbacks of her main character Jane Eyre but through a type of dual consciousness. The novel is written based on the childhood feelings but told through the perspective of the adult Jane Eyre through the character's memory and experiences during youth. This creative approach to her retelling of events keeps readers intrigued. Bronte teaches The complexity of the overall story makes the plotline intregiging. Jane Eyre explains her childhood memories of morality through reflection while in her adulthood after reevaluating her situations. This hindsight bias allows the character to understand better her morality throughout her

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