By Charlotte Bronte
As all great pieces of literature do, the novel "Jane Eyre", by Charlotte Bronte, did not end, it merely concluded. Jane Eyre narrates to "the reader" her life story up until she reaches the point in her life where she is currently speaking of her life. The structure, style, detail and imagery keeps interest and suspense in Jane's tale, beginning to conclusion.
Jane's story begins as a child under the
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to the story, summarizing the goodness of her life after marrying Rochester, compared to the drawn out hardships she went through before that time. The conclusion left open the rest of Jane's life as wife to Rochester, and if considered, the reader could be assured that her life would be as grand as it was 10 years after marriage. Great love stories, along with some other works of literature leave the ending with this kind finesse.