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Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre" Ch 27 36 Moor House Setting Analysis (Essay)

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Why do the people in some societies treat each other more fairly than the people in some other societies? In the novel Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte, the author reveals her thoughts about the fair treatment of everybody in Victorian society through the passage setting as well as the feelings, thoughts, and actions of the characters.In this passage of the book, Jane's tone and characterization are both able to be described as being very accepting. This is shown by her getting to know the "inmates of Moor House" along with "lik[ing] them". (404) Jane Eyre is willing to let new people into her life especially because they let her into their ...view middle of the document...

There is no book throwing, no punching, and no being locked in a room for several hours. The author is revealing how in this type of society everyone is much more peaceful and how people who have been mistreated before, "like" this type of culture much better than the one in their past. (404) Ultimately, the author is trying to show how if women and men lived equally in society, it would be much more peaceful and people's health would be much easier to keep in the healthy range.The author uses this secluded peaceful society to help embody Jane's tone and personality and reveal the author's view on Moor House. In this passage, Miss Eyre is very accepting due to the fact that if she did reject the three people that she lived with, she would be very lonely and end up with a similar attitude to the one she carried at Gateshead. The author's view on the "sequestered" Moor House is that this is the safest type of society that Jane has lived in yet. (404)This scene is used by Charlotte Bronte to suggest that if women were treated equal to men, a serene society like the Moor House would be able to develop. The other reason Bronte uses this section is to suggest that if women accepted all the men in society and equals and if the men accepted all women in society as equals then everyone would be able to live happily ever after. The author relates this passage to other types of societies to show her opinion of how the ideal society works.

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