Jany Eyre

Charlotte Bronte
  prose fiction
Subgenre:   bildungs   In early nineteenth century at Gateshead Hall, Lowood, Thornfield Hall, Moor House, and Ferndean
Characters:   Jane Eyre (protagonist), St. John Rivers (antagonist), Edward Rochester, Ms. Reed, Bessie Lee, Mr. Lloyd, Helen Burns, Miss Schatcherd, Mr. Brocklehurst, Mrs. Temple, Alice Fairfax, Bertha Mason, Grace Poole, Blanche Ingram, Adele Varens,
ols:   The red room symbolizes “dominance” because Jane was controlled there. The chestnut tree symbolizes “separation” because society did not want them being together.
Conflicts:   Jane Eyre cannot act on her feelings that she has for Rochester because they are separated by their class, and fortune. The tree where Rochester proposed to Jane even gets struck by lightning to show them that. (man vs. society). Jane was torn between her morals, and emotions when she falls in love with Mr. Rochester. Unfortunately, she learned that Rochester already has a wife, and it forced her to leave him because of her principles. (man vs. self).  
Summary:   Jane is a poor, orphaned girl that suffered life under her aunt Ms. Reed before she sent Jane to a boarding school called Lowood where she enjoyed excelling in her studies, and discovered friendship. Jane later advertised for a position as a governess when her favorite teacher, Mrs. Temple, left the school. She found a job working as a teacher for Mr. Rochester, and eventually fell in love with him. Even though society prohibited them together, and another man proposed to her when she found out Rochester already had a wife, they still got married.
Theme(s):   A person with admirable inner beauty will have a better chance of finding true love.