Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a historic piece of literature. It is one of the first European classics to spark the beginning of the Romanticism era in literature, featuring the perfect balance between romance, fiction, and reality. Throughout the book, Jane Eyre’s adventures through a tough life with many unkind to her and few who support her explores topics on abuse, society, love, and life. In the patriarchal society of 1800s England, this book explores all sorts of themes of identity, independence, and passion — questions that even modern-day people wrestle with in life.

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