Literary Criticism In Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre'
There is only one narrator and the narrator is Jane in this novel. Jane is a child orphan. She is raised by her ruthless and wealthy aunt. Her cousins and aunt behave her so badly that one day her aunt imprisons to Jane in the red room where her uncle Mr. Reed was dead. So, she believes that she sees her uncle’s ghost screams and faint .Even when she grows up, she never forget about this awful memory. After this event, Jane is sent away to school by Mrs. Reed. She spends eight more years at Lowood, six as a student and two as a teacher. After she teaches two year in Lowood, she seeks for new experiences. Then, she accepts a governess position at a mansion which is called Thornfield. She teaches a ward French girl whose name is Adèle ,in this place. She finds herself in a secret love with Mr. Rochester who is the owner of the Thornfileld. They decide to marry but in their wedding day, Mr. Mason has come and declared himself as the brother of Rochester’s wife. So, the wedding is cancelled and Jane decides to flee Thornfield with a huge disappointment. She meets in St John and his family. They help Jane Eyre to have a new life. One day, she hears Rochester’s voice calling her name over then, she realizes that she cannot stay away forever the man she in love with all her heart. Jane immediately goes back to Thornfield and finds that the manor has been given fire by Bertha Mason. She lost her life in the fire. Rochester saved by the servants but he lost his eyesight and one of his hands. Jane finds Rochester and they rebuilt their relationships. This time they marry and after years Rochester has sight in one eye again. So, Rochester was able to behold their first son at his