Jane Eyre help me with homework: Jane, in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre

Jane, in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, has all the qualities and characteristics of a quintessential heroine—including (among others) intelligence, moral integrity, reliability, compassion, and generosity. Although vulnerable and victimized through much of the narrative, she triumphs in the end and earns the happiness that she so richly deserves.

In an essay that focuses sharply on Jane, as both character and narrator, consider whether or not the claims, above, are accurate. Is Jane as unambiguously wholesome as she would have readers believe or is she, in fact, more calculating, manipulative, and self-interested than she lets on?

Asked on 18.05.2017 in Essay,   Jane Eyre.
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