Jane Eyre as a Modern Woman
Throughout the course of Charlotte Bronteís novel, Jane Eyre, Jane is used as a representation of a modern woman. Jane does many things which women of her time didnít do. She started reading as a little girl. This was a talent that most women at the time didnít acquire throughout their entire lives. She learned how to write, also. This, too, was a skill most women
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did not like to follow the orthodox way of doing things. She chose to live her life her way, not the way women of her time traditionally did. She made her own path and didnít let tradition or anything else stop her from being a modern woman. Charlotte Bronte shows that Jane represents her idea of a modern woman because she does things her way, not the way she is supposed to do things.